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1 Jonathan “Jon” Dickl, MBA, SNS
Director School Nutrition Knox County Public Schools

2 % OF ATTENDENCE TO ENROLLMENT
District Profile DISTRICT NAME Knox County School District STATE  Knoxville, Tennessee ENROLLMENT  58,500, 85 serving sites % OF ATTENDENCE TO ENROLLMENT  94.5% % OF FREE/REDUCED  52.3% % OF PARTICIPATION  62% Lunch, 26% Breakfast $26.7M Revenue, $15M NSLP, $4.5 M SBP, $3.6M AC TYPE OF DISTRICT Urban Suburban Rural Combined (Rural, Urban and Suburban) TYPE OF PROGRAM On-Site Preparation with Distribution to Other Schools On-Site Preparation without Distribution to Other Schools PROGRAM INCLUDES  Breakfast (All Schools Traditional, 2nd Breakfast, and 18 BIC) Lunch (Traditional and Some Vending) After School Snacks and FFV Program Evening Supper (7 Sites)

3 Budgetary Impact Knox County Schools
No local tax dollars go to support school nutrition and pays for all expenses including salaries, benefits, and food purchases School Nutrition pays back to district for utilities, trash removal, and some support positions School Nutrition has grown operating income from $23.1M in 2010 to $26.7M in 2013 while devoting more resources to infrastructure investment, food quality, and quality of work life for staff (including training and compensation)

4 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure Tenure began August 2010 (SY 2011) Visited all 84 Sites in first 56 Days on Job No colors except… Dish machines Refrigerators Serving Lines Presentation Points of Access Catering at Gresham MS Satellites

5 Changes in Program Knox County Schools 2005 Reauthorization
Wellness Policy HACCP 2009 (2010) Fruits Vegetables (Required) Legumes Whole Grains Farm to School Sodium All underlined items have direct impact on equipment needs

6 Brand Name Recognition
Knox County Schools Brand Name Recognition Develop House Brands

7 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure School Year 2009 Replacement - $247,184 Repairs - $459,480 Total - $706,664 School Year 2010 Replacement - $287,390* Repairs - $527,865 Total - $815,255 School Year 2011 Replacement -$207,249 Repairs - $464,541 Total - $671,790

8 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure School Year 2012 Replacement - $990,349 Repairs - $719,629 Total - $1,709,978 School Year 2013 Replacement - $736,529 Repairs - $758,645 Total - $1,495,174 YTD November School Year 2014 Replacement -$1,052,339 (trend?) Repairs - $308,749 (trending at $771,872) Total - $1,361,088

9 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure Small wares Investment Dish Machines Leasing ROI $20,000 investment versus lease

10 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure Warming Cabinets 94 cabinets in one year Refrigeration Reach-ins Walk-ins Steamers Ovens Convection Combis Water Spraying

11 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure Tables

12 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure Serving Lines - Remodeling

13 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure Serving Lines - Remodeling Cost: $165,000

14 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure Serving Lines – Cost Savings Measures -Used Cost: $4,999

15 Equipment & Infrastructure
Knox County Schools Equipment & Infrastructure Serving Lines –Cost Savings- Renovate Older Lines Cost: $800

16 Benefits of E&I Investment
Knox County Schools Benefits of E&I Investment Improved Food Safety Scores Average has risen from 93.1 in SY 11 to in SY 14 Improved Breakfast and Lunch Revenue despite national downturn Employee Morale!!!

17 Knox County Schools Future Needs More of the same!!! Ovens, Combis, Steamers, Serving Lines and Holding Cabinets Technology Infrastructure Transport Cabinets Fleet Replacement Replacement Plan for next 7 years $22,500 per year next 5 years $55,000-$60,000 per year in years 6 and 7

18 How Do you Make it Work SY 2009 = 3.1% of total revenue
Knox County Schools How Do you Make it Work Spending at this rate is not sustainable! SY 2009 = 3.1% of total revenue SY 2013 = 5.6% of total revenue $2.8M last 3 years = to 40% of modernizing equipment infrastructure. An additional $7M is needed. Grant provides $285 per school in TN, allocated to about $500 based on EN

19 How Do you Make it Work Look Strongly at Repair vs. Replacement
Knox County Schools How Do you Make it Work Look Strongly at Repair vs. Replacement Grade inventory 25% of purchase price good guide Look at ROI vs. Leasing Grant opportunities BIC Equipment Grants PEW Manufacturers Produce Association Dairy Council FFV National Purchasing Groups NJPA, Tips/Taps

20 How Do you Make it Work Rebates / Purchasing Rewards Programs
Knox County Schools How Do you Make it Work GovDeals.com Rebates / Purchasing Rewards Programs Look at other cost savings measures including food costs and labor formula Food – Consolidating product lines, cross-product utilization, manufacturing economies of scale Creating own value-added items https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7SsLzyiBd5M&feature=youtu.be

21 How Do you Make it Work Equipment Academies Vendor Shows
Knox County Schools How Do you Make it Work Equipment Academies Georgia SNA has an outstanding equipment academy Allows for comparison across product lines Vendor Shows Great way to get hands on training (demos!) Manufacturer Tours Get to know more intimately Find Champions – True Business Partners! Just Another Vendor… PMR and Alice Stipe Duke Manufacturing


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