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Kitchen issues continue to plague Petersburg schools

 

Erik LeDuc / Petersburg Pilot

Superintendent Lisa Stroh, right, swears in new School Board members, from left, Megan Litster, new Vice President and Jay Lister. Seated center is Jean Ellis, who was re-elected as President while Cheryl File, not in attendance, was confirmed in absence as Secretary/Treasurer. Board Member Sarah Holmgrain, calling in by phone for the meeting, declined a nomination to any post.

Petersburg schools' aging kitchen continues to cook up new headaches for administrators as they continue to work towards securing funding for a much needed complete remodel. This time, it was the refrigeration unit, a free-standing near-antique of more than 30 years that bit the dust for good on Friday, necessitating the premature purchase of two other free-standing units to ensure the school continues to serve quality food to students.

"We knew it was a matter of time to when our refrigeration unit would go out," Superintendent Lisa Stroh told school board members. "Kids' health is not in...



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