Georgia school to renovate cafeteria with modern technology

Jonesboro High will have new serving lines by the beginning of next school year.

JONESBORO, Ga.— The three serving lines at Jonesboro High are antique by definition.

The sturdy buffets have herded generations of students to lunch in the cafeteria over the years. But now it’s time to replace the pieces with more modern equipment, said Audrey Hamilton, nutrition services director for Clayton County Public Schools.

“One of our first projects is we’re going to renovate is installing brand new serving lines at Jonesboro High by the start of school next year,” said Hamilton.