New Haven Schools on Track to Close $3.5M Foodservice Deficit

Department shortfall represented about half of the district's total deficit.

New Haven (CT) Public Schools is on track to balance its foodservice budget after starting the year with a $3.5 million deficit, reports the Yale Daily News. At least that is what COO Will Clark announced at a recent school board meeting. New Haven operates 46 cafeterias serving more than 21,000 meals a day to an enrollment in which 70 percent of students qualify for f

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