Numerous Health Violations Discovered At Atlantic City High School
A recent routine health inspection at Atlantic City High School turned up numerous violations all around the school's cafeteria.
WCAU TV reports inspectors on February 28 found mouse droppings in the kitchen's preparation and serving areas and behind a dishwasher. Dead mice were also discovered in traps.
The "unsatisfactory" rating forced the school to close the cafeteria for a day. The situation was cleaned up and the facility reopened. Students tell WCAU TV that they were never informed about the inspection.
It's not the first time the school has failed a health inspection; the station reports mouse droppings were discovered in the cafeteria in both 2011 and 2012.