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Saturday, August 24th, 2019

Day Care

Mostly Cloudy


It’s 9:25am. How About Some Lunch?

Cafeteria food (photo: Wikimedia Commons/U.S. Department of Agriculture)

City Limits has a troubling story on the differences in lunch times at NYC schools. The study says that students in low-income communities tend to have lunch scheduled when the clock would normally point to breakfast.

About 60% of schools in the south Bronx’s District 7 serve their lunch before 11 a.m., which is a huge difference, for example, compared to the 22 percent of schools in Manhattan’s District 3.

A City Councilmember says that these early lunch times lead to hungry students and wasted meals.

The article reviews a number of schools and their sometimes surprising lunch times.

Read the full February 6, 2019 report by David Brand in CITY LIMITS…

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