Hands On

Schilling, Becky
January 2011
FoodService Director;1/1/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p24
Trade Publication
The article profiles Tim Prosinski, foodservice director and chef at Berlin Public Schools in Connecticut. Business operations director Roman Czuchta stresses the genuine interest of Prosinski in the welfare of the children. The foodservice director uses the Chef Tim Days program to build relationships with his students. The willingness of students to try some of the healthier items in the school menu is attributed to the effort of Prosinski to get to know them.


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