How clean is the place your child eats?
Twice a year, local school cafeterias are subjected to surprise health inspections.
CBS13 pulled the inspection reports for over 380 school cafeterias and kitchens throughout Sacramento County this year.
We discovered violations from Sacramento Unified School District, Natomas School District, Twin Rivers School District and more.
This year, Florin High is having every family fill out an application to see how many qualify for free lunch. But without even knowing that number, every student is eating for free.
Under AB917, at least 50 percent of teachers and support staff, such as cafeteria workers or custodians, would need to back any effort to convert a public school to a charter or start a new one.
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Thanks to her college education, Dolly Goolsby went from being a stay-at-home mom to being a neonatal charge nurse in just a few years.
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Vicki Oberg says her master’s program gave her many more “tools” for her “toolbox” as a teacher.
Police say the sophisticated thief went to great length to steal about 500 gallons of fuel—worth about $2,250—from the school district’s tank. They spotted a large truck and trailer, complete with hoses.
Sacramento employers like Macy’s and Best Buy appreciate the experience and work ethic that seniors bring to retail positions.
Estefani Arellano’s degree helps her navigate her challenging managerial role daily at American Health Care.