Local School Districts Say Supply Issues Led To Struggles To Feed Students
The Seamless Summer program funded by the federal government is an initiative that was started during the pandemic. It provides free breakfast and lunch for students across the country.
School districts in Northern California have implemented the program, which gives students, regardless of income bracket, access to free meals.
The Sacramento City Unified School District told CBS13 it’s having serious issues getting enough food to feed students. The district is forced to stockpile any foods they can get their hands on.