Social studies teacher Jacob Hollin stands on a chair to hang Christmas lights above the door of his advisory as part of the FCA Door Decorating contest. Hollin is one of many advisors who gets excited about door decorating and encourages his students to participate. (Grace Mottley)
Social studies teacher Jacob Hollin stands on a chair to hang Christmas lights above the door of his advisory as part of the FCA Door Decorating contest. Hollin is one of many advisors who gets excited about door decorating and encourages his students to participate.

Grace Mottley

Report cards: Advisory door decorating, pricey snack foods, and cafeteria food service

December 20, 2016

The Patriot turns the tables by grading the school on today’s issues

Cafeteria food service

Throughout the past few years, the catering company in charge of feeding students in the cafeteria has been hit or miss. Since 2014, there have been three different companies that have provided food for the cafeteria. For each of the companies, not only is the food inconsistent but so are the prices. Each year, even though the quality of the food has decreased, the prices have been steadily rising. Overall, it feels as though student opinions are not being heard, and improvements, like bringing back the salad bar or having some consistency with the food quality and prices could improve the students’ cafeteria experience.

Edward Benner is a News Editor and Elizabeth Harmison is an In-Focus Editor for The Patriot and jcpatriot.com.

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Report cards: Advisory door decorating, pricey snack foods, and cafeteria food service