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All Bibb County students eat for free. That could be in jeopardy

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Alexander II Magnet School kindergartener Rylee Davis, left, says she loves spaghetti as she goes through the lunch line.

Alexander II Magnet School kindergartener Rylee Davis, left, says she loves spaghetti as she goes through the lunch line.

Beau Cabell

Beau Cabell

Alexander II Magnet School kindergartener Rylee Davis, left, says she loves spaghetti as she goes through the lunch line.

Dozens of kindergarteners lined up in the cafeteria at Alexander II Magnet School, eyeing their lunch options. On the menu that Tuesday, the students could choose between chicken patty sandwiches, spaghetti with meat sauce and an array of fruits and vegetables.

A stack of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches sat tucked away between whole wheat rolls and to-go boxes of Asian chicken salad. Bibb County offers the sandwiches as a supplement to the regular menu every day at lunch, but staff are asked not to widely advertise that to students.

At a table in the back corner of the lunch room, five kids giggled between bites of food. They were all eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and cherry-flavored yogurt.

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All Bibb County students eat for free. That could be in jeopardy