(WXYZ) — In this week's Restaurant Report Card, we're heading back to school! 7 Action News' Andrea Isom took a look at the last time the health inspector scoped out the cafeterias at some of the largest school districts in metro Detroit.
We went searching for those educational institutions with the highest number of priority violations, and those with none!
First, we drop in on Dearborn/Dearborn Heights in Wayne County. Fordson High School had three priority violations.
Those include a dirty can opener stored as clean and a lack of hot water in the serving area. At last check though, things were squeaky clean and the hot water was running.
Next, we checked out Annapolis, which got...an A! Zero violations showed up on the last health inspection, the first A handed out in the special Back To School Restaurant Report Card.
Then, we were off to Detroit to find out if DPSCD was ready to impress, and boy did they. Bates Academy got an A with zero violations.
The Detroit School fo the Arts had three priority violations, including no soap at the hand sinks and a sneeze guard missing from the salad bar. The good news is, there will be one when school starts.
In Rochester Hills, Luther Han School Northwest had two priority violations; a prewashed apple available for self-service was not protected from contamination. It was not wrapped and it had a hair on it. Plus, sliced ham in the stand cooler had no date on it. On the plus side, all the right things on in place now.
North Hill had no violations or another A on the Restaurant Report Card.
At Utica High School, one of Newsweek Magazine's best high schools in America, there were two priority violations. One being raw eggs above salsa, but everything is now in eggs-cellent shape.
Shelby Junior High was our next A with no violations from the health department.