Michael Rosenberger is a man with a vision when it comes to his job. Director of Food Service for the Irving (TX) ISD, he is overseeing a total overhaul of the way meals are served in the 35,000-student district southwest of Dallas. “Traditionally, as at many schools, we made the food in the back in the kitchen out of sight of the kids and then brought it out to be served,” he says. “I want to take that wall between the back- and front-of-the-house down and I want the ...

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