Chapel Hill - Carborro City Schools
Welcome to Chartwells School Dining Services website for Chapel Hill - Carrboro City Schools. Chartwells serves over 80,000 meals daily to students in Elementary, Middle/Jr. High and High Schools across both North and South Carolina.
Nationwide, Chartwells currently manages over 550 public school districts. These districts range from one to hundreds of individual school locations. We serve approximately 2.5 million students in over 4000 elementary, middle and high schools across the country. Our Most of the food service operations are governed by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program and require strict regulatory compliance.
Chartwells School Dining Services will provide Chapel Hill - Carrboro City Schools with an appealing and nutritionally sound child nutrition program that is safe and affordable to parents, students, faculty and staff.
We are dedicated to providing Chapel Hill - Carrboro City Schools with a purpose oriented program focused on customer satisfaction. As a people-first organization, we ensure a program that is attentive to the needs of the individuals we serve. In our opinion, how service is delivered is equally as important as what is being served.
Chartwells is commited to providing local sustainable programs that benefit the students of Chapel Hill - Carborro City Schools. Our meal offerings at all grade levels feature menu items that meet our award winning Balanced Choices program standards; including more fresh fruits and vegetables, incorporating the use of whole grain products, eliminating trans fat, and providing items lower in sodium, saturated fat and sugar. Additionally, nutrition education materials are available for all grade levels at no cost to the school/district. These initiatives meet and in many cases exceed the requirements set forth by the "USDA Child Nutrition Program Standards."
Chartwells also provides a customized catering service to Chapel Hill - Carborro City Schools.
For more information about these and other Chartwells Programs and resources, please contact Liz Cartano, Chartwells Director of Dining at Chapel Hill - Carborro City Schools Child Nutrion Office at 919-967-8211 ext. 28219
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