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Getting Used to School Cafeteria

Even though it was only the first week of school, Churchill Road kindergarteners Billy Center and Max Brooke were already experts at entering their PIN to pay for lunch.

Even though it was only the first week of school, Churchill Road kindergarteners Billy Center and Max Brooke were already experts at entering their PIN to pay for lunch. Photo by Kim Moran

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Churchill Road cafeteria hostess Debbie Backes gives kindergarten student Lillian Teague a high-five for using proper recycling and composting procedures, while her classmates await their turns.

The first week of school was especially exciting for Churchill Road’s 100 new kindergarten students. One of the first-time experiences was eating lunch in the school cafeteria. The students learned how to make healthy food choices, pay for their meals through their lunch accounts, and compost and recycle procedures.