California School Fiscal Services
|Posted on December 22, 2014 at 8:15 PM|
1. I'm excited to share that my son graduated from high school. He is now eager to start the next phase of his life's journey as a young adult in college. We are all very proud of him.
2. So far, I have really enjoyed my time working in the nutrition services side of school business. It has been a lot of hard work, but our team has risen to the challenge. There is never a day without an opportunity to learn something new. We take great pride in the work that we do for the benefit of our students and community.
One major accomplishment was our move to commit to provide "no charge" meals to every one of our students for the next 4 years. After careful planning and calculations in determining the optimal mix, we successfully implemented the new Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) meal option at 20 of our school sites and the Provision 2 option at the other 37 school sites. To date, among other reasons, the results have shown not only increased student participation, but also a significant increase in revenues for our program.
3. Last, but certainly not least, I don't think I'll ever have the right words to describe the extent of gratefulness I feel to have shared the experience of the USC program with each and everyone of my remakable classmates, teachers, teaching assistants, guest speakers, and everyone else who made it such a memorable experience in so many ways. Thank you to you all. We are all indeed blessed to be doing the work we love. No one said it was easy, but it is important and worthwhile.
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