Tray the Tray allows parents to see strides made in school food.
The policy allows the district to seek payments from parents while still providing lunches.
Forty-five schools have gardens and a few even have hoop houses.
High school installing security cameras to prevent similar incidents.
Meals will be prepared in district Nutrition Center and transported to schools.
Locations will feature full menu including artisan breads, sandwiches, salads and soups.
Farm depends on both market and dining services sales to function.
Program focuses on building flavor through small changes.
Restaurant will be managed by Bon Appétit.
Sushi and Moe's Southwest grill among new items students can look forward to.
The renovation will also allow for room service in the coming months.
Decision hinged on foodservice providing an after-school snack.
Farmers are eager to satisfy demand for local purchases.
Smaller portions and higher food costs credited with decline.
School board is considering proposal to eliminate meat from the menu one day a week.
Chain was No. 1 student-requested franchise.
Operators made $19.7 billion worth of purchases through GPOs last year.
Union workers say maintaining bars goes beyond contract.
School board weighs option of providing completely free lunches to Webster County schools.
Two bricks are made from every 1,200 lunch trays.