Eastern Pulaski students who’ve fallen behind in their lunch payments will no longer have to get an alternative meal. Superintendent Dara Chezem says the school board updated the corporation’s lunch policy Monday.Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Corporation can now be a bit more selective, when it comes to accepting transfer students. After discussing the issue in July, the school board finalized an updated transfer policy last week.
It’s back-to-school season and that means you’ll no longer be in control of what your child is eating for breakfast and lunch every day. Luckily, the United States Department of Agriculture oversees school lunches nationally. Back in 2010 the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act was put in place to transform the school food environment in order to promote better nutrition, combat childhood hunger and reduce the likelihood of developing obesity. Continue reading