Church’s pizza giveaway irks school cafeteria workers

Church told to stop free pizza giveaways

  • Youth pastor Nick Steinloski said the pizza giveaway is about connecting kids with adults who care about them.
  • The church serves the pizza just off campus at Nathan Hale, Ingraham, and Roosevelt high schools.
  • A spokeswoman for the Seattle School Districts says the church notified them of the giveaway and it was “ok” with it.
  • At two slices per student, serving 250 students at each of three schools, he estimates the church spends 600 dollars a week on pizza.
  • Feeling pressure, the church will change its routine to serving free pizza after school instead of during lunch so there’s no competition with lunchtime sales.

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The union representing the district's cafeteria workers is not ok with it.


Church’s pizza giveaway irks school cafeteria workers

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