Some Colorado Springs students who stay late for tutoring get a bonus -- dinner

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Nine-year-old Cyra DeLosh, center, works on a slice of pizza Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at Bricker Elementary School. Students at Bricker eat dinner provided by the school through a Child and Adult Food Program grant. The dinner program, which started Tuesday, is coupled with an after school math tutoring program to encourage extra learning opportunities to those children who need it the most. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette