Nine years ago, the Food & Nutrition Services (FNS) department for the Orange County (FL) Public Schools (OCPS) wasn't so much orange as red from all the ink spilling from a cumulative program deficit of $7 million. The district's former, longtime foodservice director was long gone at that point, replaced by an interim committee of three veteran supervisors charged with holding down the fort while the search for a new director went on. It was not an easy search because OCPS was a ...
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