Chartwells School Dining Services brings fresh ideas and innovative concepts to school dining. Chartwells currently manages over 575 public school districts. These districts range from one to hundreds of individual school locations. We serve approximately 2.6 million students in over 4,000 elementary, middle and high schools across the country. Our customers include kindergarten through twelfth grade students, school staff, administration, parents and community members. Most of the foodservice operations are governed by the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program, and therefore, strictly adhere to USDA meal planning guidelines. With over 30,000 associates, we are dedicated to providing our customers with the best school dining program possible.
Feeding healthy and delicious meals that also adhere to nutrition and safety guidelines has always been Chartwells' number one priority. Our programs are based on strong nutrition guidelines and principles, focused on culinary methods that result in healthy foods that are appealing to children; and emphasize the use of locally and seasonally grown fruits and vegetables.
If you have any questions, please call:
Tom Burke (Resident District Manager) at 508-580-7514
Tom McNeely (Director of Dining Services) at 508-580-7505
Pete Szafir (Director of Dining Services) at 508-580-7506
Katelyn Quealy (Resident Dietician) at 508-649-3874
Ken Dube (Production Manager) at 508-580-7642
Mike Dobrowolski (Executive Chef) at 508-580-7514
Karyn Swisher (Accounts Manager) at 508-580-7514
Want more information? Visit our website at www.eatlearnlive.com to sign up for Chartwells' parent e-newsletter. Click on "K-12 Schools", then "Subscribe to Parent e-newsletter."
Chartwell's Catering Menu
Nutrition and obesity are two of the biggest issues being debated in the media today and they will continue to be a major area of concern in the years to come. With Chartwells' Balanced Choices program as the foundation, this new website is a one stop shop to learn about all Compass Group nutrition and wellness initiatives.
SIMPLY GOOD Food Choices 2016-2017
USDA Nutrition Information for Kids
USDA Nutrition Information for Parents
School Meal Guidelines