37 areas inspected, graded by state health inspector

37 areas inspected, graded by state health inspector

     Eleven school cafeteria kitchens received 100% scores during inspections by the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control.

     •     Six of those kitchens scored 100% for Spring 2018 inspections.

     •     Nine also received 100% during their Fall 2017 inspections.

     •     “This award is a huge tribute to the hard work and dedication of our cafeteria staffs,” Board of Trustees chair Bobby Parker said. “We appreciate all they do to provide nutritious breakfasts and lunches for our students. And we appreciate all they do to maintain excellent food safety procedures and clean, healthy atmospheres in our cafeterias.”

     •     Thirty-seven areas are thoroughly inspected and graded by the state health inspector during the inspections, and receiving 100% is a difficult task, according to school district food services director Angela McCrorey.

     •     “Any restaurant owner will tell you – getting 100% on an inspection is very, very hard. It’s an accomplishment that really takes attention to detail and a focus on following a quality process,” McCrorey said. “Our cafeteria managers and their staffs have worked so hard to make sure we have high standards in our kitchens.”

     •     The schools and their managers – First row from left: Belinda Clyburn, Brooklyn Springs; Jill Smith, Kershaw; Shirley Mae Stewart, Buford Elementary; Linda Carter, Clinton; Rhodica Harris, Van Wyck; Mary Jones, McDonald Green; Angela McCrorey, food services director. Second row from left: Latoya Neal, AR Rucker; Jessica Ayers, South; Amanda Whitaker, field supervisor Buford/Lancaster area; Hally Adams, Buford High; Patricia Haile, Lancaster High assistant manager; Angela Patterson, field supervisor for Kershaw/Heath Springs/Lancaster area; Sherry Hinson, field supervisor for Indian Land/Lancaster area; Mindy McFadden, Lancaster High manager.