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School officials in Nampa say they intend to use a new scanning machine to identify students buying school lunches.
The machine should be ready for secondary schools this fall and will replace the more traditional identification cards.
Nampa School District Spokeswoman Allison Westfall says the biometric scanner assigns a unique identification to each student's fingerprint.