Taylor County to increase prices, Campbellsville to discuss prices next month
By Calen McKinney
Tuesday, June 26, 2012 at 7:29 am
When students head back to school in August, they could have to pay a bit more for their breakfast and lunch.
At Taylor County schools, those who qualify for reduced lunches won’t have to pay for them at all.
At last week’s regular Taylor County Board of Education meeting, Food Service Director Gertie Graves told members she has tried to keep lunch prices affordable, and remembers only one increase in lunch prices during her time at the District.
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