Mar 23, 2016 2:18 PM
MANCHESTER - Students in Manchester may be paying more for meals and milk next school year if a school board proposal passes.
According to the Union Leader, if the Board of School Committee approves a request from the school district’s director of food services, students will be paying more.
If passed, the proposal would increase the cost of school breakfasts and lunches by 10 cents, and the price of milk would jump 15 cents.
On Monday, the school board’s Finance Subcommittee voted 2-1 to support the proposal which moved it to the full board for a vote.
The next meeting is scheduled for March 28 at 7 p.m. at Manchester City Hall.
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