Timberlane to stay with food services contractor
However, the board is expecting Metzler to come back by the end of the year with options for the district to possibly return to a self-operated food services program.
Whitsons provides the district with a manager that oversees the food services program for the entire distrct.
Metzler said he met with district Business Manager George Stokinger and others about what it would take to make that a reality for the 2014-15 school year.
Metzler also noted that Whitsons, the School Board, and the school cafeteria managers have worked together over the past year to address the revenue shortfall in the program.
Board member Michael Mascola said he is not satisfied with the current provider and wants the administration to come up with additional options for the future.
Metzler said he would work with Stokinger to have options before the board during one of its December meetings.
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