Lunch program

Schools participating in the National School Lunch Program must serve milk, and Chicago Public Schools officials say the only way a student can receive a substitute drink is for a doctor to say he or she has a milk allergy.

( José M. Osorio, Chicago Tribune )

Schools participating in the National School Lunch Program must serve milk, and Chicago Public Schools officials say the only way a student can receive a substitute drink is for a doctor to say he or she has a milk allergy.

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