WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Walk into a school cafeteria and you're likely to find chips, cookies and sodas, but not many healthy options.
Students at one Fairfax County high school are trying to change that. They created a pilot healthy lunch program.
JoAnn Hammermaster, president of Real Food for Kids, and students from Marshall High told us about how they got it done. Then, the students performed for us.