Tuesday, July 22, 2014

 In this file photo, West Goshen Elementary third-grader Guy McClead tops his chicken nuggets with ketchup at lunch on Feb. 26, 2009. More public school kids in Elkhart County are receiving free and reduced-cost lunches, according to a new data release.

Hoosier kids got higher marks in education but slipped in health this year. In Elkhart County, fewer teens are having babies and more kids are getting free lunches.

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