Fulton schools get grant for to-go breakfasts

Fulton County Schools will receive more than $224,000 to feed needy children as one of a half dozen systems in the United States to receive a grant from the American Association of School Administrators to experiment with breakfast options.

A dozen elementary, middle and high schools will provide bagged breakfasts that students can eat beyond the cafeteria.

Breakfast meal prices range from free to $1.20 depending upon the school. Learn more about the Fulton school nutrition program at www.fultonschools.org.

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