Minnesota school district apologizes for shaming students over lunch debts

Video inside a Richfield school cafeteria showed a cashier throw out hot meals if a student had an outstanding balance of $15 or more.
0:19 | 11/15/19

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Tonight a Minnesota school district this now apologizing for taking hot lunch away from students who owed money. Video from Richfield school cafeteria shortly cashier throw out hot meals the student had an outstanding balance of fifteen dollars or more school officials are now apologizing. More than 141000 dollars in donations now coming to pay those balances all.

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