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No free lunch?

Shutdown creates budget crunch in feeding 41 percent of CCSD No. 2 students

 

January 30, 2019



Carbon County School District (CCSD) No. 2, at last count, had 607 students enrolled in seven schools. Of those, approximately 247 students, or 41 percent, receive free or reduced lunches at school. The program, which is federally funded, is at risk of disappearing due to the partial government shutdown that recently surpassed the one month mark.

“The information we have is that the money is available through March,” said CCSD No. 2 Superintendent Jim Copeland. “Now, I don’t expect it to go that long, but we are in bizarre times. I, just, would hope that we wouldn’t have all of th...



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