Saturday, May 8, 2010

More People Have Died In The Back Of Teddy Kennedy's Car At Chappadiquick Then Have Died From Eating Edmonton School Cafeteria Food

Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin.
Woodcroft (Westmount) Library Terminal #XV
Edmonton, Alberta


Hon. David G. Hancock, QC, MLA
Minister of Education,
Progressive Conservative, Edmonton-Whitemud

Dear David:

I would think putting in a communications link between the Public & Catholic schools from Elementary to Senior High across the province to NAIT, SAIT & other Post-Secondary institutions cafeterias would be a great idea. Students in these programs are trained II be superb chefs in Edmonton & provincewide. I am sure they would be happy to pass on their knowledge about food safety & food handling, as well as other quality control issues to the chefs of the future.

Yes a direct culinary link between these institutions and non Post-Secondary institutions would make great sense. The better the food is prepared, the less the chance there will be with a culinary overseer of food poisoning incidents and the like. Plus, the Post-Secondary students could then work in tandem with the younger kids to create "student thought out" hot meals for the hot lunch programs located in Edmonton's inner city, as well as inner city's of say Calgary, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, etc.



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