For the first time, parents are seeing savings in food costs as they consider which schools to send their children to in order to save on school meals.
The USDA reported on Tuesday that the cost of school luncheons dropped by $12 billion in 2017 and by $14 billion in 2018.
The drop was driven by a $1 billion increase in school luncheon sales, which increased by nearly 8 percent in 2017.
In 2018, schools spent $3.3 billion on school lunch, up $1.6 billion from the year before.
But in 2018, students were spending an average of $4,200 more on school meal than in 2018; a $2,200 increase from 2017.
This year, the average cost for school lunched students has been increased by $1,000 from last year.
This is because in 2018 schools will be required to spend up to 80 percent of the meal on food.
However, some schools will only have to spend 20 percent.
Some schools are also getting more creative in how they will use the money for the day, such as using it to purchase gifts for students.
Some of the best bang for their buck comes in the form of coupons.
In 2017, schools received more than $50 billion in food stamp benefits.
According to the USDA, students who attended schools with the best food service practices, such for their staff, donated more than 6.6 million pounds of food to students, compared to an average amount of 1.7 million pounds.
Some families are seeing great savings in buying their kids lunch.
For example, a mother who had her daughter attend a school that provided a healthy cafeteria and a healthy dining room last year received $1 for her meal.
She says the money went to helping her daughter with her homework.
For this year’s lunch, she is offering a $3 discount.
This meal is a great opportunity for a parent to make an extra dollar, but it’s also a great gift for the kids.
So, parents can choose to save $5 on their child’s school luncher, or even $5 more if they would like to spend $2 on school food for their child.
It’s a great savings option for families who are concerned about how much they will spend.
Some parents are also considering the possibility of saving on school supplies for their children, which are usually included in the price of school meals for students of certain age groups.
Parents can also get a free school bag of school supplies from the school for the school day.
The bag will come with a pocketknife, scissors, lunch bag, and extra paper.
The school is also selling coupons to help students save.
For parents with children in grades 7 through 12, the coupons are $3 off at the store.
For children in kindergarten through 12 and grades 7 and 8, the school is offering coupons for free.
In all, there are more than 10 million meals for school meals that are currently available at participating schools, according to the American Association of Schools and Hospitals.
These meals are offered for free in the school cafeteria, dining hall, library, and gym.
These discounts are not always available to parents.
For more information on how to save in school lunch prices, see our free school lunch guide.
For the latest news and analysis on the 2017-2018 school year, visit the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s website.