SPOKANE, Wash. -- Spokane Public Schools said it will be testing a new meal program at several schools during the upcoming 2014-2015 school year.
According to SPS, the changes are meant to honor a congressional law that requires students to eat more nutritious meals.
SPS leaders said the program will be tested at Grant, Holmes, and Stevens elementary schools in Spokane.
Families at those schools will receive a special form that will help gather the information needed to maintain state and federal funding levels.
SPS leaders add that the changes will come at no charge to students.