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SUSAN BETTINGER Times Leader Correspondent



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NANTICOKE — Jeff Kozlofski, head of Greater Nanticoke Area’s cafeteria programs, on Thursday night praised the school’s new food service program provider, Metz Culinary Management.


Kozlofski said the cafeteria “has never seen this kind of money before.” He also said that with the cafeteria’s meal selections, “the kids are excited about going to school.”


In addition, Kozlofski thanked all of the workers who helped with the change to Metz at the beginning of the present school year.


Secretary Cindy Donlin said she noticed there was hardly any wasted food in the trash, and the students really “enjoy their meals.”


Superintendent Anthony Perrone said the teachers are enjoying the meals as well.


In another matter, Perrone also thanked the faculty for a “fantastic program on suicide” and remarked on the attentiveness of the students during the important presentation.


In other matters, the board:


- Appointed Ellen Rutkowski as middle school chorus director II for the 2013-2014 school year.


- Appointed the following 2013-2014 coaches or extra-curriculum positions: Jason Woodard as field hockey scorekeeper, Kayla Reakes and Maggie Gola as field hockey assistant II coaches (shared position), Neil McMahon as strength coach (football), and John Pietrzyk as volunteer girls volleyball coach.


In addition, the board accepted Student Council’s request to hold a homecoming pep rally and bonfire on Sept. 19 as part of spirit week.


The next board meeting will be on Oct. 10 at 7 pm.


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