Principal for a day

<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB004151" title="Charlie Trotter" href="/topic/lifestyle-leisure/dining-drinking/charlie-trotter-PECLB004151.topic">Charlie Trotter</a> talks in 2001 with Lincoln Park High School freshman, from left, Raquia Tyler, 15, Jasmin Salas, 14, and Maybelina Serna, 14,after a lunch prepared by Trotter's chefs. The meal, served to about 560 freshman and about 200 staff members, included Amish Chicken with Parmesan and Serrano Ham and Organic Vegetable Lasagna with Tomato. Trotter was at the school as part of the Principal for a Day program in which about 1,600 area corporate and civic leaders volunteered in <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORGOV000081" title="Chicago Public Schools" href="/topic/education/schools/chicago-public-schools-ORGOV000081.topic">Chicago Public Schools</a>.

( Michael Tercha, Chicago Tribune / July 1, 2001 )

Charlie Trotter talks in 2001 with Lincoln Park High School freshman, from left, Raquia Tyler, 15, Jasmin Salas, 14, and Maybelina Serna, 14,after a lunch prepared by Trotter's chefs. The meal, served to about 560 freshman and about 200 staff members, included Amish Chicken with Parmesan and Serrano Ham and Organic Vegetable Lasagna with Tomato. Trotter was at the school as part of the Principal for a Day program in which about 1,600 area corporate and civic leaders volunteered in Chicago Public Schools.

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