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Posted: Sunday, June 8, 2014 6:35 pm | Updated: 12:26 am, Mon Jun 9, 2014.

La directora Robin Noble de la escuela Ramirez Thomas ha visto los efectos negativos de los niños que regresan a la escuela en agosto después de un verano sin comer bien. Todos sus alumnos participan en el programa de comidas gratis o con descuento, que es un indicador federal de pobreza. Este verano, sin embargo, su escuela es una de las 20 escuelas en la ciudad que ofrecerán comidas gratis para los estudiantes bajo su programa de Servicio de Comida en el Verano de las Escuelas Públicas de Santa Fe.

El programa comenzó la semana pasada, ofreciendo desayuno y comida gratuita para niños de edades 1 a 18, aunque no asistan a las escuelas públicas.

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