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District monitors lunch program after complaints

 


Several complaints have recently been levied against the Lake Roosevelt school lunch program.

Complaints include that the program is frequently running out of hot lunches, evidence of outdated milk and students finding hair in their food. The person complaining stated that kitchen workers are not wearing hair nets.

The issue was brought to the attention of Superintendent Paul Turner, who has been monitoring the lunch program.

Last week he reported that a check is made each day for the hot lunch entrée.

“Everyone doesn’t get the hot lunch entrée, and so we only prepare the number tha...



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