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"Story by Elizabeth Dwoskin.Dwoskin is The Washington Post’s Silicon Valley CorrespondentSchool Board members debated the child nutrition account balances policy for more than half an hour before Superintendent Terry Brenner suggested a one-year trial It includes not putting a cap on how far a student’s lunch balance can go in the red and allowing children to have whatever lunch they want—the hot meal or nonchoice option which includes a soy butter sandwich with jelly an apple or banana and milk"Here’s what I am hearing: No one wants to cap a kid" he said "It just sounds like we just should let our kids go through the lunch line select what they want to select" and use funds from fundraisers and Grand Forks Foundation for Education to pay for negative balancesBoard members consented to the directive for the Child Nutrition Program which manages finances for school lunches It’s a deviation from a committee’s recommendation to give students who have a negative balance of $50 the nonchoice mealSchool staff still will work to notify parents when their children run out of lunch money The board also will review data collected from the one-year trial to see if the policy needs revisionsThe district was required to come up with a policy after the US Department of Agriculture required child nutrition programs across the US to address negative meal balancesThat triggered months of debate that included using debt collection agencies to recover negative balances and allowing the district to report child abuse if a child’s account was too far in the red Those suggestions were scrapped for fear they would be too punitive to familiesLeaders also discussed stamping children’s hands as a reminder to parents to pay for lunch a method previously used by the district that was dropped amid concerns students were being labeledThe district had no negative balances last year nor did it have to serve nonchoice meals because of negative balances Child Nutrition Director Emily Karel saidBoard member Cynthia Shabb said she has received several letters from parents about the lunch policy The city is working to reduce poverty and hunger she said adding she wants to make sure the district is offering "an adequate lunch meal""Poverty is on the minds and hearts of Grand Forks residents" she saidShabb noted students often choose a soy butter sandwich but she said all students should have a choice "I’m not sure I want to be a board member that says no to a choice" she said "And I’m not sure I want to be a board member that says we are only going to give soy butter sandwiches even though it is the choice of students"Board members said they didn’t want to punish children when their parents failed to put money in their accounts Nobody wants to hurt children or parents Brenner said The board must be held accountable to taxpayers he said but he doesn’t "ever want to equate balancing a taxpayer’s perspective to how we make a kid feel""One of the great reasons about living in this community is the passion" Brenner said "It’s the passion around conversations like this Afenifere has berated the Arewa Consultative Forum, Wike also directed that all the state owned courts which has been under lock be opened with immediate effect."Gene Anderson, Ind. said the president should "refocus on some stability in his administration and some demonstration of being able to work together with Democrats in Congress""I don’t understand why they had to push for health care reform before tax reform" he said "They ought to sit down and come up with a viable legislative doable tax reform" Americans appear to be more supportive of some of the main features of Obamacare For example 77 percent said they were in favor of expanding Medicaid to low-income families and 43 percent said they favored requiring US residents to own health insurance That was up from 66 percent and 36 percent respectively when Reuters/Ipsos first asked those questions in April 2012The latest Republican effort failed when Sen John McCain split from his party’s leadership and joined Republican colleagues Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowksi and Senate Democrats to vote against a so-called skinny repeal eliminating certain aspects of Obamacare McCain later said the measure "offered no replacement to actually reform our health care system"Respondents said they thought a lot of people shared responsibility for the failure on health care When asked who "is most responsible" 20 percent picked Senate Republicans 13 percent said Trump and 11 percent said McCain The rest picked Senate Democrats and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as well as Sens Collins and MurkowskiThe Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online in English throughout the United States It gathered responses from 1136 people including 381 Republicans and 475 Democrats The poll has a credibility interval a measure of accuracy of 3 percentage pointsPaula Suda said the Norman County West School Board last week approved a proposed tuition agreement for its high school students in Halstad to attend school in HillsboroThe district earlier had approved a tuition agreement with Ada-Borup (Minn) High School but began talks with Hillsboro in January after some parents said they lived much closer to Hillsboro than Ada"We felt that it was important to provide opportunities for families that live closer to Hillsboro or spend more of their life west rather than coming east" said Shawn Yates superintendent of the NCW School DistrictBesides the grades 7-12 high school in Halstad the NCW district also includes an elementary school in Hendrum Minn Yates also oversees the Ada-Borup School District with a K-12 school in Ada"The realities of having two buildings in two different towns was not cost-effective and it had some budget deficits the past several years" Yates said "Looking ahead and not being able to decide overall direction this fall they actually had a net loss of 70 students The budget implications for that 70-student loss were severe and the board felt it necessary to pursue a different direction for the high school students"Yates said because NCW sixth-graders two years ago were allowed to switch to a new middle school structure in Ada-Borup they also were included in the tuition proposal with Hillsboro — again to give families the same opportunity to pick the school that’s closest to where they live or workThe dealThe proposed agreement states Norman County West will pay the Hillsboro district $6060 per student beginning with the fall 2018 school year"We’re thinking anywhere from 15 to 20 students would come here" Suda said "We’d be able to house that no problem"She said K-12 enrollment at the Hillsboro School District now stands at nearly 500 students — up from last year’s total of 450 to 460 students Of that number she said about 225 students currently attend the high school that houses grades 7-12"Right now with the numbers we wouldn’t have to add teachers We’re sitting pretty good now for classroom sizes" Suda saidYates said it’s too early to say what will happen with the Halstad high school next year "At this time we’re not officially closing the building yet" he said "They’re still trying to decide what they want to do with the facility and they’re considering options at this point"He also anticipates most of the high school’s 88 students will choose to go to Ada-Borup next year but either way he says it will help the bottom line"You have a lot less staffing so the expenses go down dramatically when you are not operating two facilities" he said "We should be able to more effectively meet the needs of our kids in a more efficient fashion"Suda added that the Hillsboro School District and Norman County West have shared tuition agreements for years"Over 30-some years Hillsboro students had been going to Norman County West" she said "Last year was the first year all of our North Dakota kids stayed in North Dakota Now it’s going the other way"The Hillsboro School Board will 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