From WTAE in Pittsburgh:
The students have spoken in Penn-Trafford High School, and their district's leaders have listened.
At Monday night's school board meeting, members voted to opt-out of the National School Lunch Program. The federally funded program gives money to school districts who follow strict guidelines on what foods have to be served and the portion sizes of those foods.
PTHS received $100,000 in subsidies for the high school lunch program this year, but less than a quarter of the student body buys lunch.Three-quarters of the students don't want what Washington puts on the menu.
Good for the school board for listening to the kids not the educrats.
My sister was a school cafeteria worker. She told me when this started that the kids will not eat the food. The kids like broccoli and pizza. If you want them to eat something, stick it in the pizza.