Chartwells is now using Nutrislice to publish school menus. This is a new and interactive website and free smartphone app, which allows you to access school menus anywhere and anytime. Click the apple link below to check out the new site, or download the app to your smartphone for mobile access. You can also review the flyer available through the link below for more details.New and easy-to-use features include:
Chartwell's is the food service company that provides breakfast and lunch to the students in the Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District.Chartwell's office is located in Matawan Regional High School, room 116.Students may pre-pay by sending a check payable to MARSDFS. In addition, payments can be made through the parent portal. To get to the parent portal, please click here. Also, keep in mind that online funds are NOT available immediately.Contact Information:Caroline Grant, Director of Dining ServicesMichele Murphy, Assistant Director of Dining Services732-705-5320, phone732-290-3359, faxemail address - Caroline.Grant@compass-usa.com
- More information about menu items, including a photo and description
- Filter for common food allergens like nuts, wheat and dairy
- A translation feature to translate your menus into a number of different languages
- Access to nutrition information like carbohydrate counts and calories with just a few clicks
- Print a pdf version of the menus directly from the website
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