Health ratings, Nov. 16-22, 2013

Published 11:50pm Thursday, November 28, 2013

Child care

Northeast Elementary School Prekindergarten, 21000 U.S. Highway 264 East, Pinetown, Nov. 22, 13 demerits

Pungo Christian Academy, 983 West Main Street, Belhaven, Nov. 21, 15 demerits

 

Food stands

Acre Station Meat Farm II FS, 17076 NC Highway 32 North, Pinetown, Nov. 20, 94.5, A

Ocean’s Market/Piggly Wiggly #77, 851 Washington Square Mall, Washington, Nov. 21, 96, A

 

Public school lunch

Chocowinity Middle School, 3831 U.S. Highway 17 South, Chocowinity, Nov. 22, 98, A

Eastern Elementary School, 947 Hudnell Street, Washington, Nov. 20, 91.5, A

John Cotten Tayloe School, 910 Tarboro Street, Washington, Nov. 20, 96, A

Northeast Elementary School, 21000 U.S. Highway 264 East, Pinetown, Nov. 22, 95.5, A

P.S. Jones Middle School, 1403 Market Street, Washington, Nov. 18, 97, A

 

Private school lunchroom

Pungo Christian Academy, 983 West Main Street, Belhaven, Nov. 21, 93.5, A

Terra Ceia Christian School, 4428 Christian School Road, Pantego, Nov. 19, 97.5, A

 

Institutional food service

River Trace Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 250 Lovers Lane, Washington, Nov. 22, 98.5, A

 

Residential care

Beaufort County Group Home 1, 405 East Sixth Street, Washington, Nov. 19, 2 demerits

Beaufort County Group Home 2, 405 East Sixth Street, Washington, Nov. 19, 7 demerits

 

Restaurant

Arby’s, 1130 West 15th Street, Washington, Nov. 21, 96.5, A

Jukebox Deli & Dogs, 190 Cypress Commons Way, Chocowinity, Nov. 22, 95.5, A

Smiths Food Pride Deli, 2533 Taylor Road, Chocowinity, Nov. 21, 93.5, A

Washington Crab & Seafood Shack, 1212 John Small Road, Washington, Nov. 21, 97, A

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