Thursday, February 3, 2011

Aurora schools begin to provide dinner to low-income students

WGN covered a story that tells how Aurora schools have begun to provide dinner to some low-income students. Dubbed a 'super snack', about 50 students receive a nutritionally balanced meal to students who will then engage in tutoring and after school work. Children who receive the meals say that it helps them focus on their work as they are able to focus on their school work instead of their hunger.

You can learn more by watching this clip from WGN.

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