“Lots of school districts get publicity about doing it, because it’s a great service to the families,” said Morton. “You don’t hear so much about the number of school districts who try it and have to back off because it ends up costing more money to the general fund in the long run. I asked Mrs. Clem to investigate this and see if there was any way it could be done in our environment.”
Their are tons of school districts across the nation that are opting out of the program after one/two years because of complaints, wasted food and overall costs. Nothing is free.