Okla. district seeks funding to build cafeteria

02/21/2012 | Muskogee Phoenix (Okla.), The

An Oklahoma school district is seeking voter approval for a $250,000 bond that would help pay for a new school cafeteria. The current Midway School cafeteria is a converted classroom that, at 524 square feet, is not large enough to meet the school's needs. "We serve 550 meals a day, but you couldn't get 100 students in the cafeteria," said superintendent John Truesdell. "It's a real problem at breakfast when we have the high school and elementary eating breakfast all at the same time."

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