The history of a cafeteria worker fired by the school's supplier after giving
Kimball explained to The Associated Press why she gave the student a pass. "His family is very famous in this city and I can guarantee that if I called her mother she had come in right and paid the bill. But I didn't want to get her out of work. I know they would have taken the money the next day. The bill would be paid. "
The company said it had offered to rehearse Kimball, give her back the salary and would" work with the school district to revise transaction policies and procedures, "according to CBS Boston. Kimball has not heard of any job offer from the company and expressed no desire to get it back, she told CBS Boston.
In a prepared statement, the school district said that any student who could not afford to eat lunch would be with meals, milk, fruit and vegetables.
Kimball's story has become viral, and even celebrity cheftook on Twitter to offer Kimball employment on his non-profit World Central Kitchen. "Hero is Bonnie Kimball! If she needs a new job, we have openings @ thinkfoodgroup," Andrés tweeted.
Andrés is known for his humanitarian efforts, which include feed disasters throughout the country and the world. Kimball has not announced whether she has applied for any positions within André's non-profit companies since the tweet was published, but there are opportunities for the former cafeteria worker.