Bloomberg wants his lunch money
CANARSIE – Parents of students at PS 276 owe the city a whopping $21,902 for lunches eaten between September and November. The C-rated Canarsie school has the second biggest lunch debt in New York, which is nearly $2.5 million citywide. A full-priced lunch costs $1.50, but about 85 percent of students at PS 276 qualify for the free or reduced-price lunches, which are a quarter. The school will face budget cuts if parents do not pay up.