Thanks to the Free School Meals law, school breakfast and lunch are served without cost to all PiM Students. However, per the law, second entrées or a la carte items can not be provided to students free of charge. This means that if your student would like to be able to receive seconds, funds would need to be in their meal account, but this is also the only reason funds would need to be in their meal account. Please note that PIM is not in the practice of ordering lunch quantities to cover a lot of second meals.
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