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Local students and their families could see a hike in the cost of school-provided food starting next year.
Lancaster County School District officials are looking at increasing the prices of its meals for the 2009-10 school year.
This would be the first increase since 1996.
Full-priced student lunches now cost $1.25 and full-prices student breakfast costs 75 cents, said Lydia Quinn, the district’s director of planning and accountability.
Her office is considering raising full-priced lunches to $1.75 and breakfast to $1.
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