Lunch prices to increase at career center

Lunch prices to increase at career center

Lunch prices at Buckeye Career Center will increase for the 2024-25 school year.

Student prices for breakfast and lunch will increase by 15 cents, and those for adults will hike an additional $1.05 for breakfast and 25 cents for lunch.

The cafeteria increases were approved at the June 18 meeting of the BCC Board of Education as follows: student breakfast from $2.35-$2.50, student lunch from $3.35-$3.50, milk from 50-55 cents, adult breakfast from $2.45-$3.50 and adult lunch from $4.25-$4.50.

Ala carte items increase range is from 10 cents to $1 while a few are reducing from the 2023-24 school year.

In other business

The board did the following:

—Approved staff resignations from Julie Beaber, high school secretary, and Shyanne Carroll as public relations coordinator, who was promoted to marketing coordinator in May.

—Approved the following new hires for 2024-25: Teri Carpenter, student services counselor; Jennifer Carr, high school secretary; Josh Jump, utility lineworker instructor; Scot Rutledge, ag and diesel technology instructor; Colt Crall, commercial truck instructor; and Tim Septer, electrical systems instructor.

—Approved Carrie Rooks and Bill Sheldon as second and third shift maintenance leaders.

—Accepted a donation of used Scott self-contained breathing apparatus and associated equipment, approximately valued at $2,000, to Buckeye’s fire/EMS program from the Bowerston Fire Department.

—Set the next meeting for July 16 at 7 p.m.

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