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The number of homeless students attending school in Dakota County has ballooned in the last several years, according to school district data.
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In other south metro news, a new report on contamination at UMore Park in Rosemount found excessive residential land-use toxins at 200 test locations.
Mandates in the federal Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act will require schools to provide more specific categories of food and work toward price equity for all students' meals, resulting in a need for increased lunch prices.
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The School District 196 board will be asked on Monday to consider a lunch price increase for the second year in a row, because of federal mandates and increasing food costs.
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Districts in Minnesota are awaiting more details after the state received a waiver from federal requirements.
The District 196 school board approved Superintendent Jane Berenz's new contract by a 6-1 vote.
Discussions of the district's capital expenditures and changes to the district calendar also are on the agenda for Monday's school board meeting.
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