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CHURUBUSCO â€” Cafeteria food pricing and lunch menu mandates by the state of Indiana had food service workers overheated at Smith-Green Community School Board of School Trustees meeting Monday.
Pam Hill, a cafeteria worker, told board members of a problem with students charging their lunches, causing a deficit of more than a thousand dollars.
Hill discussed at length her frustration with the federal governmentâ€™s mandates on pricing and menu.
â€śThe kids still donâ€™t like the food,â€ť Hill said. â€śWe try our best to tweak it and encourage them to try it, but they just throw away so much.â€ť
According to Hill, the school is able to make its own determination on cafeteria finances.
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