N.C. high school seeks to maximize lunch period

03/31/2013 | Gaston Gazette (Gastonia, N.C.), The

A North Carolina high school is considering altering its lunch periods to require freshmen and sophomores to participate in a program called SMART lunch and allow upperclassmen to leave campus for lunch. Under the Students Maximizing Achievement Relationships Time (SMART) program, all students receive the same 55-minute lunch period, which gives them time to eat, make-up tests, receive tutoring and interact with teachers.

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