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It is my opinion that the Chariho Learning Academy would not have been needed if there were some way to pilot micro-nutrients to students. 

I suggest that you contact Hardy Nutritionals (see https://www.hardynutritionals.com/) and ask if such a program of giving micro-nutrients to a student body is possible with parental permission and physician supervision. If possible, it would be a perfect program for a grant application to the Champlin Foundation in their areas of Healthcare/Education/Social Services/Youth Services. It would be one way to turn your one-star rating into a center of excellence.

If the governor is proposing free meals for students to improve their learning, why not include micro-nutrients for those displaying behavioral needs?

Mimi Karlsson
Hopkinton

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