District uses summer’s bounty to feed fall demand

District uses summer’s bounty to feed fall demand

A pilot program at Washington County Public Schools prepares and freezes meal components made with fresh local ingredients over the summer for later use.

Williamsport High School’s kitchen is usually a quiet place during the summer as the site is not one that the Washington County Public Schools (WCPS) in Maryland utilizes in its summer feeding activities.

And it isn’t this year either, but that doesn’t mean Williamsport isn’t suddenly humming with activity and the noise of food production.

That’s because Williamsport High is ground zero for a new initiative launched this summer that seeks to find a more efficient and e

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