Tiffany Limback said her 9-year-old niece received this note at Harrisonville Elementary School. Limback believes students should not face repercussions for their family’s financial status.
Tiffany Limback said her 9-year-old niece received this note at Harrisonville Elementary School. Limback believes students should not face repercussions for their family’s financial status. Submitted photo
Tiffany Limback said her 9-year-old niece received this note at Harrisonville Elementary School. Limback believes students should not face repercussions for their family’s financial status. Submitted photo

Meal program debt was paid off in Harrisonville before alternate meal program began

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