Yale Public School District has partnered with Chartwells to provide food services for all of our schools. Nourishing students is not only our business; it's our commitment to the communities in which we serve. Chartwells is a diverse family of dedicated food and nutrition specialists serving the academic community. We deliver customized solutions that benefit our partners through innovative programs.
Our passion for good food isn't limited to the cafeteria. We know the lessons learned in school will guide a child throughout their lifetime. So together with a balanced, delicious meal, we also offer an exciting range of educational tools that help your students make wise, informed decisions. Eat. Learn. Live. is the foundation of all that we do in school food service education.
JoAnne Faille, Food Service Director
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As school foodservice programs move to return to normal service and menus, we are facing unprecedented issues with the supply chain that will cause us to alter our posted menus with little to no notices. We are working closely with our distributers and manufacturers to secure both the food and supply items needed to support our program.
While it is our intention to serve the posted menu each day at every school, supply issues may not make this possible on any given day until supply chain issues are rectified. We will always attempt to substitute the scheduled menu item with another that is similar as possible to the extent we are able to do so.
Please know that we will always provide wholesome meals each and every day.
JoAnne Faille Director of Dining Services.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider
BREAKFAST IS SERVED DAILY AT YALE,EMMETT AND AVOCA ELEMENTARY.
IT IS FREE TO ALL STUDENTS AND IS AVAILABLE FROM 8:40 a.m. -9:00 a.m.
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