BREAKING NEWS – Potter, Nebraska – A Nebraska superintendent is apologizing for “anxiety and any harm” caused after a school chef served — without disclosing — kangaroo meat to students. A head cook in the state’s Potter-Dix Public School district served up the meat on Oct. 10 as part of a chili dish mixed with beans and meat, superintendent Mike Williams wrote in a letter to parents and students. The chef, Kevin Frei, used the meat because of its “nutritional value,” Williams said. He noted that while the meat was legal to sell and eat, and not “unhealthy or dangerous” — it “has to meet USDA standards in order for companies to sell it” — students should know what’s in the food they’re eating. Many of the children became suspicious after eating the chili that consisted of lots of beans and kangaroo meat, when they all had gas as they left the cafeteria, and hopped down the halls.