A Wisconsin district's school board has opted out of a federal program providing all students free lunch, making it the only district in the state to do so, according to WISN.
Wisconsin school district opts out of free lunch program for students
Another board member said the program enabled families to "become spoiled," according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Every eligible Wisconsin school district is providing all students free meals this year. Except Waukesha.
Waukesha officials feared families would 'become spoiled' and develop a 'slow addiction' to free meals provided under a federal COVID program.