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State audit finds 'deficiencies' in Cheatham County Schools nutrition department


State audit finds 'deficiencies' in Cheatham County Schools nutrition department
The Tennessean

State investigators have found multiple âdeficienciesâ in the Cheatham County Board of Education Nutrition Department in recent years, according to recently released audit documents.According to the Oct. 24 investigation report by the Tennessee Comptroller o

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