John Wright, community relations specialist for Hardin County Schools, said,” yes, all Hardin County Schools students have an opportunity to eat a free breakfast. Do they all do it? No.”
“It is not through a grant (however). It is something that our district provides all year long.”
The program started last year.
Some students qualify for free or reduced price breakfast and lunch through the state.
LaRue County Superintendent Sam Sanders said LaRue County tries “to keep our breakfast prices as low as possible – only charging $1 for a full paid student.