Food service options topped the agenda at the Littlestown Area School District’s board meeting Monday.

Focusing on enhancing quality and variety, the school district is considering options to improve upon food services and increase the number of students who buy lunch, according to Superintendent Christopher Bigger. Only about 50 percent of district students currently buy lunch, he said.

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