Overview of Chartwells K12 & The Story of the Apple
- The apple icon is symbolic of learning and education, but perhaps more importantly it references Chartwells’ commitment to superior health, wellness, and nutrition. We are literally serving up wellness and happiness to our students!
- The red of the apple has an organic, curving shape, that not only makes the letter “C” for Chartwells but also represents the commitment to the communities we serve!
- The 3 seeds are symbolic of our philosophy:
- EAT-the unyielding passion for building strong bodies with healthy meals
- LEARN-building sharp minds through the benefits of teaching our students about good nutrition
- LIVE-establishing the foundation for a long, healthy life
- Chartwells is literally planting the seed for a lifetime of health and wellness!
Did You Know?
- At MSD Warren Township, we have 12,200 students and over 140 Chartwells associates that feed more than 19,200 breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and suppers daily!
What's for Breakfast?
“Breakfast is available to ALL students in MSD Warren Township for no charge.”
Our 2 week cycle breakfast menus offer a variety of healthy options for all students.
Foodservice Parent Portal
The Warren Foodservice Parent Portal is available. This website will allow you to access your child's foodservice account. It will also allow you to view the current balance and meal history, as well as place payment into the account. You will need a user ID and password. Contact Barb Smith at 869-4381 or Mason Gallmeyer at 869-4389 to retrieve your user ID and password or with any questions. You may also request a username/password by emailing email@example.com.
The Foodservice Parent Portal website is: https://foodservice.warren.k12.in.us
Warren Township Schools, in partnership with Chartwells K12, publish breakfast and lunch menus through Nutrislice - an interactive website and a free smartphone app. Our school community can access our menus anywhere, anytime! Click here for the menus or download the menu Nutrislice app.
Parents and students at Chartwells districts across the country have access to descriptions, images, and nutrition and allergy information for all menu items. Our menus are also accessible on the web, mobile devices, tablets, and as a traditional PDF that can be printed and put on the fridge. We have developed our own portfolio of beautiful photos of our recipes and created exciting content and nutrition education that engages both students and parents!
Chartwells will provide reasonable modifications to students with medical needs/disabilities on a case-by-case basis with proper medical documentation from a physician or medical provider. Please contact Resident Dietitian, Haley Quade at 317-869-4441 for more information.
Food Service Charge and Bad Debt Policy (approved 6.20.18)
- District Food Service Wellness Policy
- 2018-2019 Free and Reduced Lunch/Textbook Assistance Application*
- 2018-2019 Free and Reduced Lunch/Textbook Assistance Application (Spanish)*
*Free and Reduced Applications are available starting at registration until the close of each school year and may be turned in at your child's school or at the Warren Education and Community Center Food Service office, 975 N Post Road.
Click to Learn More About Our Programs
- CACFP Building For the Future Flyer
- Food Rescue
- Simply Good
- Meet the Chartwells Characters
- Chartwells Eat, Learn, Live
To Apply For A Chartwells Job: Online Application
Chartwells will no longer accept paper applications, everything has to be done online.
- Click on "hourly positions"
- Search job with keyword "46219"
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