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All DOE cafeterias still operable

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Despite the lack of sanitary permits, all of the Department of Education's Sodexo-run cafeterias are still operating. According to DOE program coordinator Ike Fejeran, there is no need to be alarmed, as the lack of sanitary permits is no reason to shut down schools.

Poor cafeteria conditions delayed the start of this school year by two weeks. Fejeran adds that Sodexo district manager Billy Gipson is working to have all the necessary documents and permit payments in before classes resume on January 3. John F. Kennedy High School has yet to be turned over to Sodexo as it is, pending inspection from the Department of Public Health.

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