RHS cafteria staff lets students taste test meal possibilities
By Matthew Williams


Posted on October 3, 2018 7:12 PM



For the first time ever, the Russellville High School Cafeteria Staff hosted a taste-testing on Sept. 27. The staff felt it was important to include students’ input on a reinvigorated breakfast and lunch menu. 

On Thursday, the seniors were called to the cafeteria for a special treat. They sat at a table and listened to the Commodity Processing Group explain the purpose of the taste-testing and the importance of honesty when giving their responses. 

Afterwards, the students sampled the following entrées: Hamburger Patty, Breakfast Chicken Patty, Mexican Pizza, and Pepperoni Pizza. Did your mouth just water?  The soon-to-be adults discussed amongst each other their opinions before circling on a slip of paper their response to the individual entrées. 

Satisfaction plays a huge role in your relationship with food, and now students have a choice to craft a better menu.  Russellville Independent Schools will experience more taste-tests in the coming months, and it’s true to say the Russellville District is working to exemplify excellence that other schools can model. 

Special thanks to Food Service Director Lisa Cox, MPK Commodity Processing Group Territory Manager Sandra McIntosh, the high school cafeteria manager Brandy Webster, and the rest of the RJSHS Cafeteria Staff!    




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