Medford, Ore. -- Tuesday is the first day of school for students at Kids Unlimited and they're going to be seeing some major changes.
The public charter school formerly known as Vibes is now being called Kids Unlimited Academy.
The school has started it's $800,000 campaign to add more classroom and office space, build a new playground, and add an edible school yard so they can grow their own meals.
Tom Cole, CEO of Kids Unlimited, says "One of the differences in the charter school is we will have our own meal plan, so instead of relying on processed or pre-made food, all the meals for breakfast lunch and dinner are cooked from scratch."
The school has 100 more students this year than last. Kindergarten through fourth graders will all have a 10-hour school day.
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