Since opening the new, $250,00 a la carte line at Flagler (FL) Palm Coast High School, the cafeteria has seen a significant increase in participation, says Roy Pistone, food service director for the fast-growing 8,600-student district. To date, the a la carte line, called the Pitstop, is target destination for about a sixth of Flagler High's nearly 3,000 students during lunchtime. It's easy to see why. Pitstop offers everything from traditional favorites like burgers, fries, pizza and ...

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