Serving Up Smiles

A brief look into the WCHS food services staff and the work they do for the school

WCHS+Food+Service+staff.
Back to Article
Back to Article

Serving Up Smiles

WCHS Food Service staff.

WCHS Food Service staff.

WCHS Food Service staff.

WCHS Food Service staff.

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






A school needs every member to function efficiently; from the principal to the custodians. The Woodford County High School Food Service staff is a very important part of the school. They serve over 1,250 students every single day. These ladies work hard in the morning and after lunch preparing and prepping for the next meal. Their work is under-appreciated sometimes and they go unrecognized. The Jacket Journal staff was able to interview these ladies and get their opinions on why they work for the school, as well as how they impact students. Also, one of our Cooks, Barbara Davis, touches on the growing problem of students stealing from the lunch line.

Questions Asked:

  1. Why did you decide to work in the food service field?
  2. What is the best part of your job?
  3. Do you think you impact the students you serve?
  4. Do you have a message for the students of WCHS?

The WCHS students and teachers thank you for your hard work!