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Kamaile Academy wanted its kids to eat breakfast. Here's how they made it happen
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Ho’okako’o announced that it will provide free breakfast and lunch to all of its students at its three schools under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs eliminating stigma, and lessening time in cashier lines and increasing time to eat nutritious meals.
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This is the spirit in which we serve the students in our Native Hawaiian communities, and help them succeed in education and beyond.