There is one top performing school in Food for Thought this week. Ramirez Elementary at 702 Avenue T. The Ramirez kitchen staff keeps everything in tip top shape, they had zero critical violations.
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Cavazos Junior High at 210 North University just missed the mark. The school received two critical violations.
Aramark School Support Services manages all of LISD's kitchens. They tell NewsChannel 11 the milk was intended to be disposed of when inspectors came. It was thrown out and was not intended for consumption. The ice machine was cleaned at the time of inspection.
Finally, we have Southwest Private School. The daycare had nine critical violations, some at their 3808 Quaker facility and others at a private home where food was being stored at 4409 38th Street. Health inspectors say they had to throw away more than 3,000 pounds of food from the 38th Street location. Violations there included:
The 3808 Quaker facility received six critical violations:
A manager at Southwest Private School tells NewsCjannel 11 they just took in another nursery school that burned down and they are in the middle of re-modeling. The food in the house next door belonged to a charity and was not intended for the children.
There are some popular restaurants on the low performer list that received a pile of violations from health inspectors, but we start off with the only one that received none. Papa John's pizza sits alone atop the top performer list. Located at 5206 82nd. Papa John's had a perfect health inspection.
Jumbo Joe's at 1520 Avenue Q is our first of three low performers. Jumbo Joe's had four critical violations.
All critical violations were corrected on site, a manager at Jumbo Joe's did not return our calls.
Rosa's Cafe at 3115 50th is also a low performer. Rosa's received five critical violations.
All critical violations were corrected on site. A manager had no further comment.
Raspberry Garden Cafe and Coffeehouse is our final low performer this week. Located at 2501 50th Street, Raspberry Garden had five critical violations.
Baker says they have taken measures to correct both and they strive to be a safe and pleasant place to eat. She adds, "We're doing everything we can as a family and as the owners to make sure that happens."