Decatur Public Schools Food Service DepartmentDecatur Public Schools offers a Breakfast and Lunch Program for all students. The Food Service program is under the direction of Amy Young, who is employed by Chartwells Food Management Service a division of the Compass Group.Decatur Public Schools bid out food service management and selected Chartwells from the returned bids. The Director is the only staff member of the Food Service Department employed by Chartwells. All cooks and food service assistants are Decatur Public School employees.
The way you access school menus is changing, and we are sure you will love it! Decatur Public Schools, in partnership with Chartwells K12, is now using Nutrislice to publish the school menus to a new interactive website and a free smartphone app! Now you can access your menus anywhere, anytime!
Eat Breakfast at School!
Decatur Public Schools provides a FREE breakfast for all students.
Davis Students are offered their breakfast when they first come to their classroom. Middle and High School students have their breakfast after their first hour class. The students are ready to eat and then can focus on their classroom studies.Full Non-Discrimination Statement on Food Service Webpage:
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