$100 FUNDRAISING DONATION PUTS STUDENTS AT FRONT OF LUNCH LINE

Posted on August 13, 2017

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NYP: “A Florida middle school has come under fire after a fundraising form was sent out to parents stating that for a $100 donation a student would be granted a “front of the lunch line pass.”
A PTSA sponsorship form for the Lawton Chiles Middle Academy in Lakeland, Fla. was sent out to the students’ parents to raise money for the school but one offer stuck out. The form stated that a $100 donation would grant the donor a “last name or company logo feature on the website, as well as PTSA events AND front of the lunch line pass,” according to ABC Action News.”

The principal said there was a clerical error and released a statement.


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NYP: Parents outraged school offered pass to let kids skip lunch line for $100

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