School board holds monthly meeting, focuses on school meals

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Okeene Public Schools held their monthly board meeting Thur., May 9, and discussed many matters of importance, including contracting with Keystone Food Service.

KFS began working in 1993 when it started serving Greek organizations at Oklahoma State University and University of Oklahoma. From there, it commenced serving Oklahoma Public Schools in 2011. The company turned its main focus to public schools, changing to serve only public schools in 2016 and launching its Kids with Kourage program which highlighted students who exhibited bravery and kindness while inspiring others. Additionally, KFS opened a company located in Shawnee, OK, called Keystone Supply in 2017 and created $1000 scholarship opportunities for Oklahoma students.

Board members listened to a presentation by KFS’s Rachael Condley. Condley explained how the company would work with OPS to create healthy meals for students and provide mutually beneficial employment opportunities for school cafeteria staff. She explained KFS’s dedication to the students as well as to the financial needs of the school district.

 

 

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