Just last year, first lady Michelle Obama led an effort to make the nation's school lunches healthier.
But several school districts are now opting out of the government-subsidized lunch program, saying their students aren't happy.
Some of the top complaints from schools including that students didn't have enough options, and that what was offered wasn't appetizing.
A few school districts say the decision was monitary.
The Voorheesville School District says they lost $30,000 in three months because kids stopped buying lunches.
The schools that have dropped out of the program say the lunches they're providing instead are healthy.
But we want to know what you think.
Should schools be able to opt out of a program that's just trying to get their students to eat healthier lunches?
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