A San Diego Unified School District program that brought halal school lunches to Crawford High School has expanded. The meals meet Muslim religious guidelines and are now being served in five elementary schools.
"Now I think our dream is coming true," Kafisa Mohamed said. "I am thankful for (Superintendent) Cindy Marten and her team."
Mohamed has children in the district and has been advocating for halal school lunches with City Heights nonprofits United Women of East Africa and Mid-City CAN.