Gov. Evers promotes school lunch programs while visiting Holmen High School
Wisconsin’s governor checks out engineering classes, computer studies, and the school cafeteria while making a trip to Holmen High School.
On Monday, Evers was visiting classrooms in La Crosse County for the second time this month, after a tour of science buildings two weeks ago at UW-L. The governor specifically went to Holmen to promote a $120 million plan to offer healthy school meals to more students around the state.
Evers says he’s advocating for universal school breakfasts and lunches for students, “because if a kid is hungry, he’s gonna have a real difficult time doing his schoolwork.”
“I can talk to food service people across the state, where they can always tell when Monday comes around,” Evers told reporters, “because these kids that are weaving in the line, because they haven’t had either much food over the weekend, or not any food.”
March 14, 2023 at 2:30 pm
Why does Tony Evil drag that useless loser, Brad Pfaff everywhere he goes? Don’t we have a Lt. Gov.? Who is it? Never see anything/hear anything about it…No like that other loser, Mandella.