Workers Diane Josefik, left, and Wendy Grannis joke with students as they fill breakfast orders at Philipsburg-Osceola Elementary School. Soon, students in the district won’t have to pay for breakfast. The district, citing improved learning results, is offering a free breakfast to all students.
Workers Diane Josefik, left, and Wendy Grannis joke with students as they fill breakfast orders at Philipsburg-Osceola Elementary School. Soon, students in the district won’t have to pay for breakfast. The district, citing improved learning results, is offering a free breakfast to all students. CDT photo
Workers Diane Josefik, left, and Wendy Grannis joke with students as they fill breakfast orders at Philipsburg-Osceola Elementary School. Soon, students in the district won’t have to pay for breakfast. The district, citing improved learning results, is offering a free breakfast to all students. CDT photo

Food for thought: P-O launches districtwide free breakfast program with eye on students’ health, learning

March 15, 2014 10:24 PM

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