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The lunches were tossed because the students owed $15 or more, but the action was quickly halted when administrators became aware of the situation.
District board chairwoman signs onto the campaign seeking moratorium.
The 11-candidate race focused on open enrollment was in contrast to 2015, when voters backed new funding for schools and four seats drew only four hopefuls.
A crowded field for the first time includes challengers determined to rein in the district's aggressive use of open enrollment to attract students.
Two front-runners confront challenges as Election Day approaches.
It suggests few updates were provided as projects grew in scope, such as with Humboldt High work.
First wave of building renovations came in millions of dollars more than projected.
Class work that was set to begin next Monday now will launch on Oct. 21.
A video helped their science-focused middle school land a new $100K fitness center. On Monday they celebrated.
St. Paul Public Schools officials acknowledge the move should have been better publicized.