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  • Congratulations to Team Caitlyn, Anna & Oscar for winning the 2014 Cooking up Change Competition~ They will represent WS/FCS in Washington DC in June.

    WINSTON-SALEM/FORSYTH COUNTY SCHOOLS

    Welcome to our website...Always a great experience

    Welcome to your Chartwells School Dining Services website for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. We work in the cafeteia to serve over 52,400 students daily and help students make good meal and snack choices by providing healthy and tasty options during meal time. We are proud of our 74 schools and the opportunities they offer. Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School District is the fifth-largest system in North Carolina and the 77th largest in the nation (www.proximityone.com).

    When it comes to innovative programs, no one serves students better than Chartwells. As the leader in school dining services, Chartwells has the experience and insight to provide carefully planned and well-balanced meals that appeal to the younger appetites. Making sure kids enjoy what they eat can do wonders for growing minds. It has been Chartwells' commitment for decades to provide these customized solutions to help kids achieve at the highest levels.

    Chartwells in partnership with WS/FCS will be implementing the new standards to meet the new school requirements for the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs as set forth by the USDA. As society becomes more aware of eating healthier, we offer only low fat and skim milk, smaller bottled beverages, exclusively whole-grain bread, and a wide variety of fruits and vegetables.

    Chartwells School Dining Services and the Child Nutrition Department are excited about the upcoming school year. We will oversee the mystery shopper program, continue with customer service training and follow up/focus on training all of the Child Nutrition Employees on the new USDA regulations. We will spotlight our Simply Good campaigns, create more youth advisory committees which are made up of students and staff at individual schools, and expand our role in the school and local community.

     











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