LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The attached video is a story on an anti-shame lunch bill in Arkansas that aired earlier this year.


According to Pulaski Heights Elementary, a donor paid off all lunch debt for students to eat without worrying about a negative balance.

The Little Rock School District website says the school currently has 315 students enrolled with 51% of students characterized as low-income in the 2016-17 school year according to the Arkansas Department of Education.

The school received a rating of 'B' from the ADE the same year.

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