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School workers at a Utah elementary school took lunches from kids that owed money. / Andreas Fuhrmann, AP

After lunches were taken from 32 students with debts and thrown away, much to the chagrin of parents, officials responded Friday by placing a Utah school cafeteria manager and a district supervisor on leave, the Associated Press reports.

The workers are on leave while an investigation continues as to why the lunches were taken from the students with overdue lunch accounts at Uintah Elementary.

Salt Lake City District spokesman Jason Olsen told the AP he could not give any further details on the workers because of privacy concerns.

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