Senior Ronak Momga picks up a free meal from the cafeteria during the lunch period. Students are expressing their overall content with the new statewide free lunch program, despite a few complaints regarding the actual food. The impact of the program on lower-income students is proving to be a significant aspect of the free lunches. “Even though it [the free lunch program] is not the best, I’m happy with it,” junior Audrey Guo said.

New free lunch program directly impacts low-income students

Students and staff give their opinions on the new California mandate for free meals.
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October 9, 2021
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Foothills: A case study in equity

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Trump & Twitter: Separated At Last?

Students, teachers share their opinions
Karrie Huang and Tyler Wang
February 16, 2021
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First 100 days: What Should Biden Do?

Students, teachers share their opinions
Karrie Huang and Owen Longstreth
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