Student Nibre Fortune chose food items at Henderson’s
Jefferson Elementary School last April. (Gleaner photo
by Mike Lawrence)
To help parents and students understand the federally mandated changes in school lunches, the Henderson County Schools have posted three videos on YouTube, Erin Schmitt reports for The Gleaner.
“We are working with the schools to meet these requirements without causing undue hardships on the various programs,” Jewell told Schmitt. “This section is very much a learning process.”
Schmitt lays out the changes in her story, which begins, “There
has been less ice cream and more brussels sprouts served in school
cafeterias nationwide since a federal child nutrition act was passed.” To see the videos, visit www.henderson.kyschools.us and click the YouTube icon.