People in the community didn’t agree. “No, they didn’t use a recipe. They just went to the store, grabbed some bologna and cheese and put it together,” Johnny Harris said.
Another local said, “I don’t believe (school officials)... they can do better by our kids.”
The school system said the meal would have looked better if shredded cheese was used because that’s what the recipe calls for.
Superintendent Lela Hale would not go on camera, but she told us the meal has the right amount of dairy, grain and beef to make it nutritious.
Another parent said, "I couldn't believe they were feeding that to our kids."
A number of parents said they were outraged by the meal, and they're reaching out to the state to ask for an investigation.