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KCSD considering changes to offering alternative meals
May also have to raise prices to meet state requirements
The Kershaw County School District (KCSD) may be changing the way it handles providing lunches for students who either can’t afford to pay or simply don’t pay for the midday meals. KCSD Coordinator for Nutrition & School Food Services Misha Lawyer said she convened a meeting of stakeholders in mid-April consisting of herself, School Food Services Specialist Amy Ellis, Camden High School Principal Dan Matthews, Lugoff Elementary School Principal Melissa Lloyd, Bethune Elementary School Kindergarten teacher and School Improvement Council (SIC) member Julie Pigg, and parents/SIC members Marsha Stone, David L’Elie, Amy Proveaux and Gregg Riley. Lawyer made her report to the Kershaw County Board of School Trustees’ Facilities/Finance Committee during its May 29 meeting.