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Salt Lake City district backs off PR firm after lunch fiasco
Lunch fiasco » Officials now plan to deliver an apology — and cupcakes — to Uintah Elementary.

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"I feel like the best apology they could give would be to assure parents that our questions are going to be answered in the external investigation and that there is going to be accountability," Hoopes said.

She said she’s also glad the board has decided not to hire a PR firm.

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"The best PR that they can do is free, and it’s called telling the truth and communicating with parents from the beginning," she said.

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