WEST FARGO — Liberty Middle School is bringing back its school lunch repacking program, which uses leftover food from the school's breakfast and lunch program to give to students.

The food is given to students at the school's very own food pantry. The school says the program helps ensure all children get the food they need, regardless of family or economic circumstances.

"We're really happy to provide this program its a great way to let our overproduced food benefit our students directly," Dana Reith, the school lunch director said.

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