In the Classroom: Food for thought

VET business students Cloe Petty, 17, Marlei Allen, 16, William Hand, 17, and Josef Dolenec, 18, get stuck into the Mildura Senior College breakfast program. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

VET business students Cloe Petty, 17, Marlei Allen, 16, William Hand, 17, and Josef Dolenec, 18, get stuck into the Mildura Senior College breakfast program. Picture: Carmel Zaccone

WITH breakfast considered the most important meal of the day, Mildura Senior College is ensuring students won’t miss out.

On Monday, staff and students welcomed the new breakfast program provided by the Mildura Region School Breakfast Partnership.

Leading teacher Kim Bathe said the program was introduced following a study she completed in term 1.

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