N.C. district to cap school-meal debt at $10

12/9/2012 | Asheville Citizen-Times (N.C.)

Students in a North Carolina school district who owe more than $10 on their school-meal accounts will have to settle their debts by Feb. 4 or be offered an alternative lunch. Students who receive free and reduced-price meals are exempt from the new rule. Officials cite an outstanding meal debt -- $18,000 since August -- as the reason behind the change.

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