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Santa Ana Unified also ordered its central kitchen to routinely provide free meals and snacks to high-level district officials, the report noted, including at twice-monthly school board meetings.
"Most of this is money that the districts received to feed their lower-income students, so if not for these students, they wouldn't have received it," said the audit's author, Jim Sweeney, principal consultant for the state Senate Office of Oversight and Outcomes. "And instead, some of that money was diverted to other costs."
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