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FINDLAY, OH (Toledo News Now) -
the new school year starting, most families are preparing their students with school
supplies and new clothes, but some struggling families might not even be able
to afford the basic needs for their kids.
to FeedingAmerica.org, 16.7 million children under 18 in the U.S. struggle with
getting proper nutrition. That's why schools like Findlay City Schools take
part in the National School Lunch program.
program is income-based, and applications come with every student's packet at
the beginning of a school year. Additional forms are available in every school
who qualify can receive a free or reduced-price breakfast and/or lunch every
day. Some schools even have programs to send food home with children for the
weekend, as well.
say keeping children fed and healthy is all a part of the overall learning and
do know that being hungry and sitting in class is much tougher than having your
belly full and satisfied with a good, nutritious meal," said Teresa Welty, food
service director for Findlay City Schools.