Carrollton Free Press Standard News | Cafeteria supervisor hopes to lure students back to the din...

There are 13 comments on the Aug 20, 2013, Carrollton Free Press Standard story titled Carrollton Free Press Standard News | Cafeteria supervisor hopes to lure students back to the din.... In it, Carrollton Free Press Standard reports that:

Carrollton Schools Cafeteria Supervisor Barbara Burns has some good news for students: prepackaged meals will be missing from the menu this year! Instead, the supervisor, who began her duties June 1, said there will be healthy food baked in ovens in the school cafeteria served to students.

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“"You're Ok to me"”

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#1 Aug 22, 2013
It all sounds Delicious!
a parent

Dover, OH

#2 Aug 22, 2013
Good job!
chrome

Independence, OH

#3 Aug 23, 2013
I support the efforts, but a slushie machine? Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems more like a sugar/high fructose corn syrup machine.
Historian

Marion, OH

#4 Aug 23, 2013
Congratulations and best of luck! It sounds like great improvements from a knowledgeable professional. I see great changes.
Rachelle

United States

#5 Aug 23, 2013
I am so excited about the packaging meals being discontinued. My 7th grader actually wants to eat lunches again. I feel sorry for Ms Burns having to replace a kitchen that was once in place. I wish her the best of wishes.
Skip Turkovich

Cincinnati, OH

#6 Aug 23, 2013
Bring back the god damn Johnny Marzetti.
Skip Turkovich

Cincinnati, OH

#7 Aug 23, 2013
And yeah, the Slushie machine probably wasn't the best machine to pose with.
Portia on the Porch

New Philadelphia, OH

#8 Aug 25, 2013
How could this woman say she had to rush to put things together, when she was being paid all summer - what was she doing?? I know the slushie machines are a real topic, but why put them out where the elementary students have to look, but not touch< Talk about teasing!

Sometimes a degree and 'change' do equal common sense.
RJM

Saint Clairsville, OH

#9 Aug 27, 2013
Portia, the machines are empty when the grade schoolers come through so there would be no teasing.
molesky

Apo, AE

#10 Aug 27, 2013
i like the idea. its got a lot more appeal than paying 2.50 or something for a cardboard meal that didnt taste good and hardly filled you up. good call on this
RJM

Saint Clairsville, OH

#11 Aug 28, 2013
Looks like they dumped the federal school lunch program that the students hated. The food in that program was low in calories and tasted like cardboard, thanks to the President's wife push to stop obesity.
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The_Carrollton_M enu

Carrollton, GA

#13 Aug 30, 2013
chrome wrote:
I support the efforts, but a slushie machine? Maybe I'm wrong, but it seems more like a sugar/high fructose corn syrup machine.
We'd like to think everyone wants some of that!

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