Calif. schools make cafeterias more inviting to students

01/2/2013 | Daily Breeze (Torrance, Calif.)

In her six years as food services director of the Torrance Unified School District in California, Lynette Rock has worked to make school cafeterias more inviting, in part by using student input to help guide renovations. Rock, vice president and president-elect of the California School Nutrition Association, said the goal is to help draw customers -- the students -- to cafeterias, and so far her efforts appear to be working.

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