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Effective November 17, 2014, Cartwright School District Office is located at 5220 W. Indian School Road. Transportation, Buildings & Operations, Risk Management, Printing Services, and Technology Support will remain at the 3401 N. 67th Avenue facility permanently.
Thank you to our community for passing our Budget Override!  We appreciate your continued support!
Food Services

        District Office phone number (623) 691-4040: fax (623) 691-5925
           Warehouse hours: 6:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
               Office hours: 7:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.



  MISSION STATEMENT
  Our mission is to serve healthy meals for the body and mind, for positive long-term health and
  academic success.


The Facts About School Meals
As Cartwright students return to school this year, they’ll find healthy choices in their school cafeterias. School meals meet federal nutrition standards ensuring students receive a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins and low fat or fat free milk each school day. Meals must also meet new limits on calories, trans-fat and sodium. We work hard to make these healthy choices delicious for our students. School meals are great tasting and a huge convenience for busy families. We are proud to offer all meals free of charge to students.
 
Breakfast
Starting this year, school breakfasts meet new standards to ensure students start their day with the nutrition they need to succeed. All grains served with school breakfast will be whole grain rich, and served with a cup of fruit and juice. Research shows that students who start their day with a healthy breakfast perform better in school. That’s why Cartwright is helping make sure students have access to healthy school breakfasts by serving breakfast in the classroom at most of our sites.
 
Breakfast in the Classroom
Breakfast is served in the classroom at Heatherbrae, John F. Long, Cartwright Elementary, Frank Borman, Palm Lane, Peralta, Tomahawk, Atkinson Middle
School, Pena, Castro Middle School, Starlight Park, Desert Sands Middle School, Holiday Park, Harris and Downs. We welcome Davidson and Spitalny schools to the Breakfast in the Classroom Program beginning August 2014.
 
Dinner Program
Students and community children (18 & under) can enjoy free dinners at Tomahawk, Spitalny and beginning at Sunset on September 2nd from 4:30-5:30 daily. The dinner initiative has three goals: fighting childhood hunger, reducing alarming rates of obesity, and drawing more students to after-school programs, where extra academic help is available. Healthy dinners include high quality protein, whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables and low fat milk.
 
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program We offer a Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program at Palm Lane, Cartwright, Spitalny, Tarver, Heatherbrae and Downs. All students are provided fresh fruits and vegetables in their classroom during the day.
 
Cartwright School District’s breakfast, lunch and dinner programs are federally assisted programs that provide nutritionally balanced meals to students each day. All meals served must meet the U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans by promoting health and preventing disease through increased intake of fruits, vegetables and grains, while limiting fat, salt and sugar. The most important aspect of our program is to offer students a variety of foods to choose from so that sound nutritional choices are made. Our foods are student tested and accepted. To ensure product consistency, meal participation results are closely monitored.
For additional information call us at 623-691-4040.
 
“In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call toll free (866)632-9992 (Voice). Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800)877-8339 or (800)845-6136 (Spanish). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.”



 
Department Information
Food Service Office Staff
Diane Gruman Linda King
Director of Food Services Wellness Coordinator
(623) 691-4045 (623) 691-4046
diane.gruman@csd83.org linda.king@csd83.org
Rosario Espinoza Lorraine Stull
Fiscal Supervisor Operations Supervisor
(623) 691-4050 (623) 691-5910
rosario.espinoza@csd83.org lorraine.stull@csd83.org
John Cullum Penny Worsham
Warehouse Supervisor Administrative Specialist
(623) 691-4043 (623) 691-4040
john.cullum@csd83.org penny.worsham@csd83.org
Susan Cone Janice Oglesby
Buyer Operations Monitor
(623) 691-4042 (623) 691-4041
susan.cone@csd83.org janice.oglesby@csd83.org
Deborah Thomas Isariya Hansumrithpol
Fiscal Specialist Fiscal Specialist
(623) 691-4049 (623) 691-4048
debbie.thomas@csd83.org isariya.hansumrithpol@csd83.org
Diane Collins
Administrative Specialist
(623) 691-4047
diane.collins@csd83.org

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