Parents Outraged After Florida School Offers Students to Skip Lunch Line for $100

Sunday, 13 August 2017  (1 week ago)
Parents in Florida are outraged after a middle-school fundraising form went out that offers students VIP passes to the front of the lunch line—but only if they pay a $100 donation. 

The letter form is from a PTSA sponsorship for …

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