In Jefferson County, trucks are needed to deliver food to schools, and rising gasoline and diesel fuel costs are being passed on to districts. Schools also pay for increases in food costs and salaries. White Hall School District food service director Jimmie Moody says the district`s meal service might have a problem if things don`t change. The White Hall district currently charges one dollar and 40 cents for lunch for elementary students and one dollar and 50 cents for older students. White Hall Superintendent Gary Kees says school lunch prices won`t rise this school year. Kees says he`s never seen the district break even on its food service program.