Young students have a lot on their plate. Between learning new skills, keeping up with the curriculum, and participating in extracurricular activities, it’s safe to say that they’re busy. Thankfully students have a lunch hour to socialize with friends and fuel their growing bodies. However, some schools are faced with unique obstacles that can make curating daily lunch hour a more difficult task than necessary. Here are three instances when a contract food service could come in hand.
A Lack of a Conventional Dining Facility
If your school does not have a commercial kitchen or traditional dining hall, serving a daily lunch can seem like a hurdle. Restaurants and other catering services may deliver daily meals, but do not provide other necessary services such as coordinating a menu.
When staff is limited, teachers or other faculty are volunteered to work a lunch hour to ensure the students are supervised. Rather than sacrificing your teacher’s planning period for lunch hour, opt for a contract food service. A contract food service can deliver your school’s menu and provide on-site personnel in order to ensure food is properly handled and served to students.
If your school’s efforts are being spent on devising a menu that appeals to picky parents rather than the education of students, a contract food service can help. The Abundance Catering Company understands that parents expect to have a greater amount of input when it comes to planning the school menu. Our staff is available to meet with your HSA or PTA member to answer questions, gather feedback, and help make your school lunch program into the perfect fit your school and your students.
Call The Abundance Catering Company
When you work with The Abundance Catering Company, you get a partner that understands how important it is that your coworkers or students are satisfied with the catering service. Whether you need catering for 10 people or 1,000, Abundance Catering can help.
The Abundance Catering Company specializes in corporate catering and K-12 school dining services for Anne Arundel, Howard, and Baltimore counties, as well as Baltimore City.