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(Washington Examiner) — School cafeterias typically don’t list mouse droppings, cockroach infestations or sneezed-on snacks among their lunch specials.  But health inspectors are finding these undesirable ingredients — as well as 60-degree yogurt and other critical health code violations — in the kitchens of Washington-area schools.  D.C. Public Schools racked up 296 violations in its elementary schools alone, and 124 more in its upper grades, for everything from blown light bulbs to dead rodents, as detailed in the most recent routine inspection reports.  Spilled food in the corner of a storage room at Brent Elementary School on Capitol Hill was covered with mouse droppings and roach carcasses in December.

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