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Officials at Plumas Unified School District say the $45,000 grant will impact more than 2,000 students.
Mohamed Ali will oversee the university’s campus dining services, effective Jan. 11.
The members assumed their new posts Jan. 1.
The Illinois college was recently designated as a Gold Partner by the Illinois Food Scrap Coalition for its composting efforts.
The new recommendations for how America should eat call for consuming less salt and more fiber and whole grains.
Despite the ban’s good intentions to protect students with peanut allergies, it may have a negative financial impact, officials say.
The format, launched by dining company Eurest, offers small-portion options as well as fresh produce for at-home meal preparation.
Former foodservice director Marilyn Volden will take on the role.
Dalene Bowden, who was allegedly let go for serving a lunch to a student with no money, will not return to Pocatello-Chubbuck School District.
Upon state board approval, the $15 wage will start phasing in as soon as February.

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