Superintentent: Public schools growth mirrored in food services

The official school enrollment census count won’t come until the end of the month.

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But, Jefferson City Schools Superintendent Brian Mitchell told the seven-member school board Tuesday night: “We are up approximately 300 students, kindergarten through 12th grade. “And there’s some interesting data from that — of those 300 students, they represent 29 different states and six countries.”

That growth in students also is apparent in Food Service operations, Chief Financial Officer Jason Hoffman reported.


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