Nearly 90 percent of students in Roseland School District qualify for free and reduced priced school lunch. But in the summer, many families have limited options. On the next North Bay report, find out how food insecurity impacts students’ health; catch the story at 6:45 and 8:45 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
This year, our news team won three awards from the Public Media Journalists Association. We’re highlighting those stories this week. Our series on Roseland health, produced in partnership with local bilingual station KBBF, won second place in its division for collaboration. For one of the reports in this series, KRCB’s Adia White visited Roseland Elementary on their first day of school. Ninety percent of students in this district qualify for free and reduced priced lunch, but in the summer, families must find other options.
For more of our health reporting visit norcalpublicmedia.org.