Letter: Thank you fishermen for Fish-to-School donations

Cordova School District would like to express our gratitude to each fisherman who donated Prince William Sound Red Salmon to our Fish-to-School Program.

We also extend our thanks for the time and effort spent by our local processors to ensure Cordova kids get the best salmon!

Sandie Ponte, director of food service, states that the salmon will be used throughout the year and is a great compliment to the district’s 2018-19 school year lunch program which will provide free meals to every student.

— Kristy Andrew,
director of budget and finance, Cordova School District

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