_ Tom and Christy Lee called the Marysville School District in Marysville, Washington, intending to pay off the lunch money debt for the students at Kellogg Marsh Elementary School. They asked how much debt had accrued. They thought it would be a couple of thousand at the school. It was only $250. They went to the district offices to make their donation. While there, they asked what they thought was the obvious next question: How much would it take to pay off the debt for every elementary kid in the district? The answer: $5,495 for 262 kids in 10 schools. They said they’d go home to talk about it, but by the time the Lees got home they knew what to do. They poured a cup of coffee and called the school district.