While the brick-and-mortar eatery is shuttered for an extensive rebuild, students at one California high school get their meals from the district’s new mobile serving station.
The $600,000 renovation to the café also improved speed-of-service and included additional menu items with newly developed action stations.
The district has debuted 15 to Clean thanks to the school board’s generous allotment.
Lunchtime classics get a big value-add in the form of extra veggies and other healthier ingredients.
A foodservice program goes out of its way to ensure that students in a highly diverse district feel comfortable.