Students record opinions about meals using clickers

01/13/2013 | KWCH-TV (Wichita, Kan.)

School nutrition professionals in a Kansas school district are reporting that fewer students are eating school lunches. To help, the district hosted a tasting event at which students were asked to log their opinions about school meals using electronic clickers. Those opinions will play a part in next year's menus, officials said. Part of the challenge, they say, is creating appetizing meals that also meet new federal meals standards.

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