Mount Abe dedicates yearbook to school nutrition staff

BRISTOL — In a ceremony at the Mount Abraham Union High School auditorium on May 27, students at the Bristol school dedicated this year’s yearbook to the child nutrition specialists who work in the cafeteria and kitchen.
Carol Roscoe, the Eagle Café manager, addressed the assembly, giving her thanks for the honor.
“There are many awards that our child nutrition staff could strive for but none means more than this one,” she said. “We are about good nutrition but even more we care about you — and all students.”
Members of the kitchen staff at Mount Abe have been on the job there for between 5 and 34 years. In addition to Roscoe, those at the assembly were Kathy Correll, Jacqueline Malloy, Maxine Cobb (who is retiring at the end of this school year), Pam Murray and Beverly Teer.
Also grateful was Kathy Alexander, director of the Addison Northeast Supervisory Union Food Service Cooperative.
“I am so proud of this group and all of our amazing staff throughout the SU,” she told the Independent. “One of the highest values we hold is to  practice kindness so students feel safe and cared for. We operate on the principle that our efforts contribute to student success in school and in life. This honor has a trickle down effect and we are all very moved.
   Receiving recognition in the school auditorium are, from left, Kathy Correll, Jacqueline Malloy, Carol Roscoe, Maxine Cobb, Pam Murray and Beverly Teer.

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