No breakfast? No problem!

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No breakfast? No problem!

The first full week of school after summer means the start of the sale of Chick-fil-A chicken biscuits outside of Admin One. From now until the end of the school year, the delicious smell of bread and chicken fill the front of the school as students line up to purchase a biscuit for $3 before running off to their first period class. “Chicken biscuits allow the school to make money and fundraise while also providing something that everyone loves: Chick-fil-A,” senior Harrison Haley said.

The first full week of school after summer means the start of the sale of Chick-fil-A chicken biscuits outside of Admin One. From now until the end of the school year, the delicious smell of bread and chicken fill the front of the school as students line up to purchase a biscuit for $3 before running off to their first period class. “Chicken biscuits allow the school to make money and fundraise while also providing something that everyone loves: Chick-fil-A,” senior Harrison Haley said.

Rachel Maxwell

The first full week of school after summer means the start of the sale of Chick-fil-A chicken biscuits outside of Admin One. From now until the end of the school year, the delicious smell of bread and chicken fill the front of the school as students line up to purchase a biscuit for $3 before running off to their first period class. “Chicken biscuits allow the school to make money and fundraise while also providing something that everyone loves: Chick-fil-A,” senior Harrison Haley said.

Rachel Maxwell

Rachel Maxwell

The first full week of school after summer means the start of the sale of Chick-fil-A chicken biscuits outside of Admin One. From now until the end of the school year, the delicious smell of bread and chicken fill the front of the school as students line up to purchase a biscuit for $3 before running off to their first period class. “Chicken biscuits allow the school to make money and fundraise while also providing something that everyone loves: Chick-fil-A,” senior Harrison Haley said.

Rachel Maxwell, Social Media Manager

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