published Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

Roaches in food prompts closure of GA high school cafeteria

CEDARTOWN, Ga. — Students at a northwest Georgia high school will be eating prepackaged lunches for the rest of the year after roaches were found in meals being served in the cafeteria.

WSB-TV reported Tuesday that several students at Cedartown High School took photos of cockroaches in their food and told the principal.

Polk County Schools Superintendent William Hunter says pest control workers visited the school twice last week and the district is taking every precaution.

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