Duval school district apologizes for cheeseburger flatbread served to students at lunch

School officials have apologized after a parent complained about lunch served to her child at a Duval County elementary school.

A parent sent Action News Jax a photo of a cheeseburger flatbread served for lunch at Atlantic Beach Elementary School on Wednesday.

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“This is what they're feeding our kids,” the parent wrote on Facebook. “I feel like the school board has enough funding to make sure our children are fed halfway decent lunches, free or not. This is terrible. Most of the kids refused to eat this garbage and I don't blame them.”

A spokesperson for Duval County Public Schools said the meal is not representative of the quality of food that is provided for students.

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The spokesperson said if food served at a Duval County public school does not meet expectations, parents should give the district a call.

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Posted by Action News Jax on Saturday, December 17, 2016