National School Lunch Week
Child nutrition staffs in school cafeterias across LCPS serve lunch to about 5,000 students every school day — a feat they make look easy but that takes on special significance during National School Lunch Week, which began Monday with festivities that took on a fiesta flavor. Mexican Day saw tacos and enchiladas added to the menu for the first time. At Southwood Elementary School, the new entrees drew a crowd and kept Sherry Burkett, left, and Irene Allen busy. Allen and Burkett and the two other members of their Child Nutrition team — Susie Grady and Becky Oliver — serve lunch to 250 students in about 80 minutes. Rapido, si?