(Courtesy of Littleton Public School)
LITTLETON, Mass. (WBZ-AM) — Students at Littleton High School are getting a taste of fresh seafood in their lunches, as part of a pilot program being offered at the school.
The program is in conjunction with Red's Best Fish Pier in Boston
Cafeteria manager Marylou Kelly said the pilot program has been a success so far.
“All different types of fish they brought — haddock, and scallops, and shells — all different things that maybe kids had never seen before,” Kelly said.
The cafeteria staff plans on experimenting with a variety of recipes, including fish tacos. They intend on offering the freshly caught lunches twice a month.
WBZ NewsRadio1030's Kim Tunnicliffe (@KimWBZ) reports