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With the program set to expire in December, the effort to change certain rules is resuming—none too soon, in the opinions of some school foodservice execs.
Food is being prepared in other areas of Saint John’s Health Center after cockroaches were found in its cafeteria.
Jessica Shelly worked through various programs to land the cost-free enhancements.
Students at two of the district’s elementary schools were served meals made with locally sourced foods.
After receiving student feedback, Greenville County Schools added such choices as St. Louis-style ribs and sushi.
Districts are trying to figure out how to collect without denying children something to eat.
Students can sample specialties and chat with Jamie Kennedy.
Gary Goldberg brings more than 20 years of experience to his new role and will oversee 40 foodservice units on the Seattle campus.
The lawsuit alleges that Baldwin-Whitehall School District wrongfully terminated the former manager for throwing away food.
Katy Independent School District’s decision will impact its nonteaching staff, including foodservice workers, bus attendants and custodians.

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