Dead vermin found in Moreno Valley school cafeteria

A routine health inspection turned up dead roaches and rodents at the March Mountain High School cafeteria in Moreno Valley, which was ordered by the county to stop preparing food until it can pass a re-inspection, which could happen as soon as early next week. The cafeteria received a score of 89, earning it a B grade, which is considered a failing mark by the Riverside County Department of Environmental Health. A health inspector logged a major violation against the cafeteria Friday, Sept. 13, after finding two dead mice and a number of dead roaches in a food storage room and below a freezer, according to the inspection report. The inspector also noted finding rodent droppings throughout the facility. The continuation high school, located in the 24000 block of Dracaea Avenue,
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