NEWARK — Students at Arts High School now have an opportunity to start each school day with a healthy meal in the school’s newly restyled cafeteria.
The district was able to expand the school’s breakfast service to include grab-and-go breakfast kiosks and a “breakfast in the classroom” program thanks to a grant from the School Superintendents Association.
The food service improvements at the school include a redesign of the old cafeteria with a grant from the American Dairy Association and the New York Jets’ Fuel Up to 60 Play Program. The cafeteria received a new color scheme along with new furniture, merchandising equipment and new signage that gives information on nutritious food choices.
The new cafeteria was officially opened Sept. 30 during a ribbon cutting ceremony held at the school.