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Free fruit helps fuel student learning in Las Lomitas district classrooms

by Angela Swartz

After the 45-minute to hourlong bus ride from east of U.S. 101 to the neighboring towns of Menlo Park and Atherton, students grab a piece of fruit — grapes, bananas, kiwis, pears, apples and other options — before they file into classrooms at Las Lomitas Elementary and La Entrada Middle schools.

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