I have written extensively about improving the food served in our schools, but what if your school doesn’t have a fully equipped kitchen, which is the case for most New York City schools? What do you do then? Below, Helen Martineau, a parent serving on the Wellness Committee at the Neighborhood School in the East Village, describes the steps her school community has taken to improve school lunch, despite not having a stovetop and exhaust system. For the full article, go here.

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