Students can still get a meal when they're $10 in the red. When it hits $25, then parents are contacted, the Inquirer reported.
If the debt hits $75, a meeting will be held and students can't participate in extracurricular activities except for athletics, WPVI and the Inquirer reported.
Students are not happy with the change, saying they should not be punished if their parents haven't paid the tab, WPVI reported.
A business owner asked the district to allow him and a few other donors to help pay the outstanding debt, but the district officials declined, saying that getting rid of the debt does nothing to the people who chose not to pay but have the money to do so, the Inquirer reported.