On Friday, more than 600 students at two elementary schools in Denver got a sack of food to take home to their families, ensuring they won’t go hungry over the weekend.
“We know there are a large number of students who qualify for free or reduced lunch in Denver, but when we actually learned what the income had to be to qualify, we were stunned,” said Mike Wray, assistant professor at Metropolitan State College of Denver. “It’s dramatically low.”
Read the full story here
Download the story here