Thousands of high schoolers, one lunch period. Students 'race' for seats as district finds...
Superintendent Charles Sampson, left, and Board of Education President Michael Messenger at a meeting of the Freehold Regional High School District on Wednesday night. Students, parents and school officials say lunchtime chaos for a district of 11,000 high schoolers resulting from a schedule change has eased after a few tweaks and some simple getting used to since last week's start of classes.
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