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Lunchbox Orders - Program Cancelled

Dear Parents,
This is to inform you that due to low student enrollment in LunchBox orders we have to cancel this program for the rest of the school year.  The week of December 17th to 21st will be the last week you can place your orders.  
If you have any other suggestions in any other lunch programs please let us know.
Thank you, WPS School Council
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