- Plans were being made to build a kitchen and cafeteria in the space that the three first grade classrooms currently occupy.
- After more consideration, it was decided that the classroom spaces cannot be given up at this time due to the total number of students (K-11) and courses that need to be offered for high school.
- Once the high school moves to a separate location, using the space for a kitchen and cafeteria will be explored again.
- To develop a lunch program, the school sends out letters to many area businesses and usually receives just a few responses from interested businesses.
- PVCICS is required to offer a lunch program since it is a public school.
- No heating of student lunches is allowed due to health code/sanitation.
May 11, 2016