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Food Service Benchmarking & Best Practices - 1/13/2016




 Food Service Benchmarking & Best Practices - 1/13/2016
For the first time, PASBO will conduct a food service benchmarking study to collect and quantify key measures. The data from the fall 2015 study will be presented and discussed in terms of how schools can use the data to compare your LEA to the universe of school districts in Pennsylvania.
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Scientific research has linked school meals and healthy diets to academic success. And with nearly 100,000 schools/institutions serving school lunches to 30.4 million students each day, the importance of running an efficient food service operation goes beyond just balancing the bottom line. For the first time, PASBO will conduct a food service benchmarking study to collect and quantify key measures. The data from the fall 2015 study will be presented and discussed in terms of how schools can use the data to compare your LEA to the universe of school districts in Pennsylvania, and create best practices by setting internal goals and objectives, and tracking and measuring progress toward these goals.
You will learn about:
- The key measures in food service management
- Results of the 2015 PASBO Food Service Benchmarking Survey
- Interpreting and using data as a management tool
- Using data to compare your operation with other LEAs
- Case studies of selected best practices