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Schalmont scraps federal lunch guidelines

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Teri Gallucci’s 16-year-old son has a few reasons to be excited for the first day of school. Last year, Dante Gallucci underwent frequent chemotherapy treatment for lymphoma and missed a lot of his sophomore year. Now, the cancer is in remission, and Dante is ready to be a full-time student again. And he can’t wait to buy the school’s bigger, tastier lunch. The Schalmont Board of Education voted to opt out of the federal lunch ...


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tgeorge12345
July 22, 2014
7:11 a.m.

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Kudos to shalmont for making a wise decision. I'm sure much of the federally mandated food went into the trash anyway.

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