6 states and Washington D.C. contend that the changes made by the Trump administration have weakened nutritional standards and were arbitrary and capricious.
$83 million classroom and laboratory complex will significantly increase available academic space.
The $94.5 million center will have classrooms and labs as well as a hotel and restaurant.
Prince George's County school board member says the D.C.-area district is home to many federal employees affected by the shutdown.
$134 million project will provide living space for 1,210 students and a 800-capacity dining hall.
The Darien district says too many elementary school parents were coming for lunch and were disrupting school operations.
The Valley Dining Center opened on the Kalamazoo campus in 2016.
Survey of 43,000 students at 66 campuses says many forgo meals because they can't afford it.
Dining facilities will use only compostable cups, plates and utensils.
District cafeterias have stopped using polystyrene trays, plates and bowls.