Chartwells Farmington Centers for Excellence

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Farmington Area Public Schools has earned the Centers for Excellence designation through Chartwells, the district's food service partner. A celebration honoring the achievement was held on Wednesday, November 16.

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Chartwells Farmington Centers for Excellence

  1. 1. The commons at Farmington High School hosted the celebration, an assurance that Farmington students are receiving excellent food and service.
  2. 2. Farmington High School will serve as a Center for Excellence, a research andtraining center for a multi-state region. Dodge Middle School and Meadowview Elementary also received certification from Chartwells.
  3. 3. Bruce Norman, Regional Manager explained the importance of theCenters for Excellence designation. There are 10 such centers in the United States, but only one in the Central Region.
  4. 4. Improving nutrition and student health is a goal.Water is offered with flavors such as lemon or cucumber.
  5. 5. Entrees are both nutritional and appealing to the eye.
  6. 6. Efforts are made to introduce more vegetables and fruits on the menu.
  7. 7. Chartwells Centers for ExcellencePeggy Anderberg, Food Service Director, John Durtschi, District Manager, Bruce Norman, Regional Manager, Tim Printup, District Chef and Bernie Getzlaff, Assistant Food Service Director

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