Houston ISD has been working with the Houston Food Bank throughout the coronavirus pandemic to serve families and not just students. They’ve used the NRG Stadium to hand out family food boxes. Below in the yellow shirt is child nutrition director Betti Wiggins, a frequent face at the service point.
Houston ISD, like many others in Texas, lost power, but they picked up quickly to continue serving families.
The University of Houston also felt the effects but was able to continue using their delivery robots. Notice the scarf to keep the bot warm!
The dining services team feeling good after making it through the storm.
Expressing gratitude for the dining services team who served during the storm.
A thank-you from the public for Austin ISD’s foodservice team. Earlier in February, the district’s board of trustees approved a one-time $1,000 payment as a thanks for the district employees’ work during the hardships of coronavirus.
More thanks for the child nutrition department for their service during the storm and COVID.
The dining team at Texas A&M also took the time to thank their frontline staff for service during the storm.
Texas A&M, which prides itself on the spirit and service of the Twelfth Man, celebrates the service of the dining services team.
Further north at the University of North Texas, the dining services team also gets in on the round of thank-yous for its “rockstar student employees.”
It wasn’t just the dining team at UNT that was singing the praise.
A sign of life returning to normal at the campus of UNT.