When you think of schools andyou think of the cafeterias, they should look like restaurants. They should feel like restaurantsand not fast food chains, and that's kind of whatthey feel like. So for me, it had a lot to do withusing my talents to serve the community and using my talents to serveand feed kids a better quality product. Serving this on a regular basisdemonstrates improves to us as students that we're being seen, we're beingvalued, and we're being respected. What.
We've found is, is that students,by eating healthy, nutritious, scratch-made meals, they transfer that positive experiencethey've had with us into the classroom and it supports theiracademic achievements.
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