by Nick Delgado
Guam - The kitchen equipment and signage is up and the paint is drying in the island's public school cafeterias. According to Sodexo general manager for the central schools, Mike Supple, the company's goal is to have all 32 outsourced schools ready for inspection by Public Health as early as this Wednesday.
"Cafeterias are set up they are clean, we are looking at food deliveries this week so as long as we pass out Public Health inspections, we are good to go and ready for school opening, Monday the 22nd," he explained.
The start of the school year was delayed by two weeks because the cafeterias were not up to par.