Superior, WI (NNCNOW.com) --- Superior School District leaders say an increase for school meals will only impact lunches and not breakfasts.
The Superior district has been undercharging kids for school meals, according to state statute.
Prices for elementary, middle, and high school lunches were raised by ten cents each at the Superior School board meeting Tuesday night.
Board members say the move will make the district compliant with state laws regarding school food services.
The new meal prices will take effect July 1st.