Fla. considers ban on off-campus lunch

02/10/2012 | WJHG-TV (Panama City, Fla.)

In Florida, lawmakers are considering legislation that would prevent students from leaving school campuses for lunch. Currently, individual districts determine whether to extend that privilege to students, and many do. In some districts, students are allowed to leave campus for lunch only if they have good grades or permission from their parents. One school principal said the privilege is an incentive for students to maintain good grades.

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