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Choices abound with new lunch programs


Students at Caddo Hills and Oden schools got their first taste of the new lunch menu last week with the grand opening of the K-12 Culinary Connection full lunch menus at the schools.
Both schools’ board of directors voted during the break to partner with K-12 Culinary. K-12 Culinary Connection is a food service consultant which partners with schools to provide a better dining experience for the students as well as the food preparation staff at the schools.
Meals are made from scratch and students always receive at least two options as they make their way through the line. High School students will always have the option of pizza, but the daily entree will change each day. There will be some days where they will have three options.
Another addition to the menu is a salad bar. Students are allowed to get as much as they want off the salad bar.
Both campuses have ala carte options as well. Students have the option of purchasing Gatorade, or chips in addition to the lunch provided by the school. The items are at an additional charge and must be consumed in the cafeteria.
Administration at both schools offered their appreciation for the hard work their food preparation staff has done in the past to provide quality meals at an efficient price. They have expressed that the additional support of K-12 Culinary Connections will augment the hard work they have put into their respective cafeteria programs.

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