Bill that would provide free breakfast to students on reduced meal plan headed to governor’s desk
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Donna Reynolds comes across a lot of parents who face a decision when they send their children off to school in the morning.

“Parents that are struggling financially, we know they often have to choose between whether to give their children money to pay for breakfast or lunch at school,” said Reynolds, Director of Food Services in the Concord School District. “They can’t afford both.”

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