Deb Wilkins currently serves as our food service supervisor, overseeing the kitchen and staff in all three buildings.  She has been married for 42 years to her husband Denny, and has a “wonderful son and two beautiful granddaughters.”  Deb came to us in 1987 as a bus driver.  After driving bus for three years, she went to work in the cafeteria, and held both jobs for ten years.  At the time, she was the youngest driver and cook on staff.  In 1993, she became head cook, and she continued to serve in that role until three years ago when she became the food service supervisor.  Like many in education, Deb quickly agreed there have been numerous changes, impacting school lunches.  State mandates have caused the removal of some of Bath’s favorite foods, such as the carter bar.  Cooks serving up homecooked food is a thing of the past.  Food is no longer made from scratch, ensuring all meals meet state guidelines and regulations. While she enjoys the challenges of her new role, she says she misses seeing the kids every day.  She will pass by kids in the hallway who remember her as their lunch lady, and that brings a smile to her face.  Deb says she feels very blessed to work for Bath Schools.  “The staff and community have been very supportive over the years I have been here.  God has always put me right where I need to be.”   

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