Northville schools assess privatization
“We may have to implement some drastic measures to maintain the level and quality of our services. This concept has been out there looming ... options aren't as great in number as they were a few years ago”
Anxiety among Northville Public Schools workers is increasing this week as administrators begin evaluating a long-debated plan to privatize operations and maintenance services. via Detroit News Online
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#1 Apr 22, 2008
I've been in the school food service business for over 15 years. Districts that have never privatize their food service programs before believe it's the best thing since sliced bread. I can and will provide Northville Schools the districts that have terminated their relations with priviate food companies just in the last two years. Those district that terminated their food contracts realized that it wasn't the best thing since sliced bread. Many of those disrict were long term relations too. There are so many hidden charge that the food companies treat districts like an open check book. Their personnel turnover is very sad as well. If a district wants to terminate their contract with a food company they may get sued like Owosso School District did. I'll let Northvville School know about that case as well. Many senior food director leave the food companies for self operated school districts. I'm just one of many.
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