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Post  Pee Kaa on Fri Aug 28, 2009 7:47 pm

Has anyone bothered to check out the menu from the new food service vendor????
Boy was the administration sold a bill of goods on this one.....tell them I have some swampland for sale that would work real good for a new high school!!!

On the high school menu there is anywhere from 3 to 5 different types of pizza every day. The main menu is nothing but sandwiches, chicken patties, hamburgers, hot dogs.
Why don't they just bring McDonalds or Burger King in, I'm sure they could do it even cheaper.

I have already had a couple neighbors ask me about it and as of right now all I can do is tell them to show up at the board meeting on Monday and make their concerns known.
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Post  hokapsig on Sun Aug 30, 2009 4:14 pm

Within reason, the cafeteria should offer items that sell, meet the nutrition guidleines and allow them to make a profit.

We could have liver and onions day, with a brussel sprout chaser, but I'm thinking that would go over like a lead balloon.

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Post  Bumblebee on Fri Sep 04, 2009 9:55 am

Items my child told me were available when the elementary cafeteria had "selling" after the initial lunch line yesterday: chips, cookies, Fruit Gushers, ... Kitkats. WTH?! Shocked

At least there are raw carrot, broccoli, and cauliflower sides, small salad sides, large meal salads with chicken and ham.

My older child grumbled that the middle school no longer serves fries every day or has Pizza Hut pizza. Fine with me.

We'll all adjust, and no one will starve.
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Post  Pee Kaa on Mon Sep 07, 2009 8:08 am

hokapsig wrote:Within reason, the cafeteria should offer items that sell, meet the nutrition guidleines and allow them to make a profit.

We could have liver and onions day, with a brussel sprout chaser, but I'm thinking that would go over like a lead balloon.

Not all kids are happy to eat chicken patties and pizza everyday. Aramark claimed they would bring a menu comparable to what Nutrition provided, hardly comparable. From a parents point of view I would much rather see a selection of "Real Food"
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Post  Athena on Tue Sep 08, 2009 2:47 pm

We are new to the lunch line--what are the differences between Nutrition and Aramarks selections?

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Post  Pee Kaa on Wed Sep 09, 2009 6:10 am

There were more traditional type meals offered, mac & cheese, meatloaf & mashed potatoes, turkey dinners with stuffings a full blown salad bar. It appears that the new service taken any major food prep time out to keep the cost down. Once again the ones that suffer are our children. Neither one of my two kids have bought a lunch so far because they just don't like the selection (Or lack of selection)
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