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Updated: Friday, August 2 2013, 10:22 PM EDTSchool lunch prices are going up again in Henderson county. It's part of the federal government's new requirements under the 2010 Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act or Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act. The government says school lunch programs can't charge less than the national average of $2.59 for paid lunches while the government pays a higher reimbursement of $2.87 for free and reduced meals. Henderson county now charges $2.15 for elementary school meals and $2.40 for middle and high school meals.The new pricing takes effect beginning in the new school year. By Frank Fraboni Rising School Lunch Prices
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