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October 11, 2019 – Aramark has named Kris Reinhardt (preferred name Alyx), a Senior Telecommunications Analyst, the 2019 Pride of Aramark awardee, in recognition of her commitment to advancing the Aramark PRIDE employee resource group (ERG) and supporting the LGBT community.
Between 34.3 percent and 37.4 percent of districts say reimbursements for student lunches and breakfasts are not sufficient to cover the cost to produce the meals, according to the annual Revenues and Expenditures for Public Elementary and Secondary Education report. To overcome this problem, many K-12 districts have discovered a solution: turning to a dining partner with deep expertise and vast experience in transforming school dining programs from running a deficit to generating surplus funds. School districts that do are able to recover general funds to improve educational programs. Learn more in this enlightening guide.