EL school board increases school lunch prices in short meeting
By Alyssa Girardi
Entirely East Lansing staff writer
The East Lansing school board meeting April 8 was a speedy one, lasting only 34 minutes.
With the students just returning from spring break, there wasn’t much to talk about, and Superintendent Dave Chapin joked to the high schoolers in attendance they lucked out at the short meeting.
The school board unanimously approved raising food service meal prices. Prices won’t raise more than 15 cents.