K-12 Schools

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Ultra-rapid growth can throw dining into chaos, raising questions about how to speed up service while maintaining quality, where and how to source ingredients.
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Operations are starting to follow suit of K-12 student murals, making the most of the artistic talents of diners sitting right there at the table.
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Getting likes and shares for social media videos is cool, but not as important as using those platforms to create a sense of community among diners and staff.
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Mentorships can be beneficial for operators at any stage, even foodservice directors. Here, operators tackle a few FAQs on seeking out a quality mentor.
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Continuing education is crucial for directors and their staff alike, but it also can be daunting. How do you know what makes sense for your team?
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Here’s how the six USFA member schools are making it work—one obstacle at a time. ...
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The School Nutrition Association’s new president, Becky Domokos-Bays, sounds off on what’s getting in the way of school nutrition—and how to solve it.
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Now that the busy summer of planning turns to a busy fall of executing, keep a close eye on the pages of FoodService Director and FoodServiceDirector.com.
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The University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee creates its own training videos. It’s self-directed, because it’s difficult for students to find the time to do that training.
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Blue Cross Blue Shield brought an academy on-site that trained people with disabilities. Those students spent an hour every day learning to become part of the workforce.

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