School Fuel San Marcos Will Feed SMCISD Students During Spring Break

By: Reynaldo Leanos Jr.

Spring break in San Marcos, Texas and around the U.S. is widely known as a week of partying, relaxing and enjoyment, but not everyone has this leisure.

It is estimated that 37.3 percent of the San Marcos population are currently living under the poverty line, which is more than double Texas’ average according to the U.S. Census Bureau, but there is a local organization that is trying to combat poverty to ensure that school children receive food.

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