The newly rebuilt Sehome High School opened in late January with not only new classroom spaces, but with a bright and airy cafeteria and new practices in sustainability.
For the first time in the recent history of Bellingham Public Schools, students are using real utensils, plates and bowls, replacing the single use plastic, disposable milk cartons and old dishware or paper products. Milk is now dispensed into reusable cups.

A well-balanced, healthy lunch with zero waste is now the standard in the new Sehome cafeteria and a model for all lunchrooms in Bellingham Public Schools.

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  1. This is great. Not only from an environmental perspective, but culturally as well! Style and manners are also important.

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