ST. PAUL - It's a new year for many students, including Como Park Senior High School in St. Paul. The new year brings new changes.
A credit union, fully run by students opens up in October. Students will be able to make deposits in the office during lunch. Students applied to be tellers through the St. Paul Federal Credit Union and underwent training over the Summer.
There are also new guidelines for what kids eat at schools across the country. The USDA now requires that all kids take a serving of fruits and vegetables for lunch. At least half of all grains served must also be "whole grains." Certain guidelines for sodium are also in place.
KARE 11's Bryan Piatt spent the morning at Como Park Senior High as students and teachers prep for the big day!
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