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New program serves supper to elementary students

During a time of heightened concern about D.C.'s child poverty rate, Neval H. Thomas Elementary School in Washington, D.C. is one of 99 schools now offering three meals a day to its students.

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D.C. schools dinner program aims to fight childhood hunger
Article | D.C. public schools have started serving an early dinner to an estimated 10,000 students, many of whom are now receiving three meals a day from the system as it expand efforts to curb childhood hunger and poor nutritition.

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