A Florida middle school will not be moving forward with an initial offer to let kids skip to the front of the lunch line — for a fee.
Parents of students at Lawton Chiles Middle Academy in Lakeland received a Parent-Teacher-Student Association sponsorship form sent out to raise money for the school, with one line item promising “last name or company logo feature on the website, as well as Ptsa events And front of the lunch line pass” with a $100 donation, ABC Action News reports.
Among those who spoke out against the offer? Dad Chris Stephenson, who told ABC Action News »
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