Madison School District's Food Service department is a model of nutritional excellence for students. This completely self-funding non-profit department keeps meal prices low, while providing meal options for children that are both attractive and healthy. Madison Food Service has also led the way in technological innovation, including early adoption of point-of-sale systems and in more recent years, the integration of smart temperature monitoring systems for the monitoring of food refrigeration and preparation
temperatures. “At Madison we recognize the direct connection between support services and classroom learning,” Lori Garvey, Assistant Superintendent of Support Services for Madison shared, “nowhere is this more evident than in the dedication of our Food Service staff to ensure that children are properly
nourished, so they can maximize their learning day. The Summer Food Service Program for Children is a natural extension of that dedication.”
About Madison School District
Madison is an “A” labeled destination school district in the heart of Phoenix that is Internationally Accredited by AdvancED. Established in 1890, Madison honors its tradition of excellence as it looks forward to the future by implementing a variety of initiatives and programs for students to ensure Extraordinary Learning for All. Madison's eight schools provide a program of public education from pre-kindergarten through grade eight, with an estimated current enrollment of approximately 6,000 students. Madison’s community spans a wide socio-economic range and reflects the ethnic diversity of the city as a whole. Neighborhoods in the area have been highlighted in Phoenix Home and Garden and Money magazines, with both publications listing the local public schools as one of the reasons they are so desirable. The Arizona Republic referred to Madison as, “…the best performing Elementary District in Phoenix," and this standard of excellence has led to 44% of Madison students coming from outside district boundaries through open enrollment. For more information, visit madisonaz.org. Follow Madison on Twitter at twitter.com/
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