The story of a cafeteria worker who was dismissed by the school's salesman after givingto a student on his account has become viral. Bonnie Kimball was fired on March 28 by Fresh Picks, who provided food for Mascoma Valley Regional High School in Manchester, New Hampshire, after telling a student "tell your mother that you need money," the Still, student is supposed to have lunch, says CBS Boston.
Kimball told The Associated Press why she gave the student a passport. "His family is very well-known in this city, and I can guarantee that if I had phoned his mother, she would have come in directly and paid the bill, but I did not want to take her away from work, I know she did would have." brought the money the next day. The bill would be paid. The company said it has offered to reinstate Kimball, pay her a salary, and "work with the school district to revise policies and procedures regarding transactions," according to CBS Boston The company heard and had no desire to get it back, she told CBS Boston.
In a prepared statement, the school district said that any student who could not afford lunch would be having meals, milk, fruits, and vegetables
Kimball's story has become viral, and even star chefwent on Twitter to offer Kimball a job in his notorious World Central Kitchen. "The heroine is Bonnie Kimball! If she needs a new job, we've opened a @thinkfoodgroup. "Andrés tweeted, saying that Kimball did not announce whether she has applied for a position in André's nonprofit since the tweets were published, but there are opportunities for the former cafeteria associate