Loveland City School District Food Service wins Clean Kitchen Award five years consecutively
Posted Tuesday, May 19, 2015
The Loveland City School District congratulates our Food Service Department for once again winning the Hamilton County Public Health Department Clean Kitchen Award. To receive this award each individual kitchen must meet or exceed requirements established by the Hamilton County Public Health Department.
“Under the leadership of District Food Service Director Kris Tracy, all six of our school buildings have successfully completed all requirements from the health department,” said Loveland Business Manager John Ames. “Not only have our kitchens received the award for 2015, they have also been recipients for five consecutive years. We sincerely congratulate Mrs. Tracy and head cooks Pat Mitchell, Edna Porter, Robyn Perry and Rhonda Combs.”
“It takes great dedication and perseverance to make sure that we continue to do our best for the health and wellness of our district,” said Tracy. “It is truly a team effort among our staff.”
Photo caption: Loveland High School students and staff celebrated the lunch team Friday, May 1, by posting signs around the cafeteria for School Lunch Hero Day.