DELPHOS — Students, teachers and administrators will pay more for lunch at Delphos City Schools this year. The school board voted unanimously Monday to raise lunch prices 10 cents across the board to meet a federal mandate which states the price of a paid lunch with the state reimbursement must equal the reimbursement for a free lunch. Districts must raise their prices 10 cents per year until the two meet. Prices are now $2.10 for elementary students; $2.35 for middle and high school students; and $2.60 for adults. This is the first increase at the city schools in two years.
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