When all else fails, try the pizza.
A Pennsylvania elementary school had to order pizza for its students when staffing issues meant that no food service staff were available to distribute meals to the students. Unfortunately, not all of the pizzas arrived in time for every child to be fed.
In a statement to Fox News, officials from Mitchell Elementary School in Philadelphia confirmed that although meals were delivered to the school the day before, the food services staff member assigned to the school did not was able to report to work on September 23.
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According to the statement, “When food service personnel are not available to be on-site at a school, it is district policy that schools use contingency plans, including notification to the food service field supervisor. to assign an itinerant employee to this site for coverage and / or by assigning non-food service staff to step in and manage meal distribution. Unfortunately, there simply weren’t enough staff available to do this perform at Mitchell. “
The school said that due to staff issues, the principal decided to have “external food” delivered to the school.
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The students were sent home with a letter explaining the situation to their parents.
The statement explains, “The national supply chain and labor shortages impact all areas of the hospitality industry, including food services. Like many school districts across the country, the Philadelphia school district has been affected by these challenges. “
As schools reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic and wave of delta variants, many people face staff shortages nationwide.
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School officials confirmed to Fox News that a member of the food service staff was present at the school the next day and that meals were then distributed to the students.