Home News Local News RISD releases statement following social media school lunch shortage craze

RISD releases statement following social media school lunch shortage craze

0
Photographed by parent Carrie Hardy while she ate with her child at El Capitan Elementary last week, the concerned parent shared this photo on Facebook to garner attention toward the school’s food quality, as well as the food shortage it had experienced. On Wednesday, interim superintendent Susan Sanchez released a statement reassuring parents that students had received their food without any delay. (Submitted Photo)

In light of social media posts revealing a food shortage at El Capitan Elementary during lunchtime, the Roswell Independent School District released a statement confirming that the grade school had in fact been lacking an appropriate amount of meals for students.