The school board of Dayton (OH) Public Schools has voted to bid out its foodservice program, which is currently self-operated, reports the Dayton Daily News. The 10,000-student district aims to use the move to close a program deficit that ran to $1.4 million last year. Proponents say outsourcing could save $500,000 in the first year alone by providing prepackaged meals that would reducing the district’s labor costs.
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