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Interschool Communications

Information exchange between schools is critical to the success of the dining program and opens a dialog for all parties to work toward common goals.

  • Regular Client Meetings. Regular meetings, attended by key school representatives, as well as our food service director and district manager, are the most effective way to ensure that Whitsons remains on top of the continuous improvement process. In these meetings, we review menus, budget performance, action plans and planned improvements and any other issues of importance to our school communities.
  • Involvement of Executives and Company Owners. As a family-owned company, we pride ourselves on remaining personally involved in the success of each operation. Toward that end, a company owner will visit onsite and meet with our clients to ensure their continued satisfaction with out services.

Information exchange between schools is critical to the success of the dining program and opens a dialog for all parties to work toward common goals.

  • Regular Client Meetings. Regular meetings, attended by key school representatives, as well as our food service director and district manager, are the most effective way to ensure that Whitsons remains on top of the continuous improvement process. In these meetings, we review menus, budget performance, action plans and planned improvements and any other issues of importance to our school communities.
  • Involvement of Executives and Company Owners. As a family-owned company, we pride ourselves on remaining personally involved in the success of each operation. Toward that end, a company owner will visit onsite and meet with our clients to ensure their continued satisfaction with out services.
  • Food Service/Nutrition Committee Meetings. Food service committees are usually comprised of representatives from the food service, the district and interested parents in the local community. Generally, we recommend food service committee meetings be held monthly or quarterly, to review menus, nutrition education efforts and any upcoming promotions to ensure that our program continues to exceed the community’s expectations.
  • Communications to Principals. Whitsons forms a relationship with the principals at each school to keep them engaged and informed on an ongoing basis. This allows us to maximize the effectiveness of our dining program by customizing it to the specific needs of the students at each school.