A popular fast-food restaurant has found a home in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. When high school students return to school, they’ll have the choice of eating Subway sandwiches.
For the first time, the school district has entered into a contract with the Subway sandwich franchise to serve food at four high schools, starting in August.
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Superintendent Steven Enoch says the district wants nutritious appealing food for students.
”There’s a financial incentive. We think it will financially benefit the food services program, so we see this as a potential win-win,” said Enoch.
He also says this will meet all state and federal requirements for healthy food.
Superintendent Enoch says if Subway is successful, middle schools could be next to get this food in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District.