DEPEW, N.Y. (WIVB) - Parents and students, listen up, big changes are coming to the school lunch menu this year.
News 4 learned about Cayuga Heights Elementary, in Depew, to see what changes are coming to the new health conscious school menu.
"It's not your old school anymore," said Barbara Albi, Food Service Director for Depew Schools. "They are going to see a lot more fruits and vegetables and a lot more variety of fruits and vegetables."
Albi said, "So if they see it here, then hopefully it will bubble into the home."
Making a school lunch tasty and kid friendly? It won't be easy. Take a look at the Back to School section we have on WIVB.com, for tips for healthy snacks and fun DIY projects!
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