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Students at most grade levels and their parents will pay more for meals when public school classes resume in August.
The two local school districts are increasing lunch prices for the 2012-13 school year to follow new federal requirements. The school boards approved the changes at meetings this spring.
Breakfast prices are changing, too. It is free for all students in Hardin County Schools and for preschool and kindergarten students in Elizabethtown Independent Schools. Prices for other EIS students are increasing.
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