Food Service Director
Southwest Foodservice Excellence
In Partnership with
Socorro Consolidated Schools
Office: (575) 838-3113
SFE is honored and excited to partner with Socorro Consolidated Schools. We are committed to the nutritional well-being of every student. SFE is passionate about enhancing the quality of life of your student population by providing a variety of fresh and nutritious menu selections, interactive educational food programs, and unparalleled customer service.
Socorro Consolidated Schools participates in the School Breakfast Program and the National School Lunch Program through the U.S. Department of Agriculture. SFE offers several hot entrée selections and side dishes daily from our Culinary Creations. Our Executive Chefs are already hard at work creating nutritious, made from scratch recipes to add to your schools’ menus.
We are committed to the nutritional well-being of every student and staff member in the Socorro CS community. Students who receive a school meal are also welcome to help themselves to our fresh fruit and vegetable bar each day at no additional cost. As part of our commitment to your school, you will not only have healthy new menu items such as those listed above, but will also have additional made from scratch meals, and outdoor grills. Additionally, we will offer fun programs such as the Roving Chef Program, where nutrition education meets hands-on culinary training.
We are proud to be the guardians of the Socorro Consolidated Schools nutritional program and look forward to working together putting child nutrition first. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact our office at (575) 838-3113 or via email at email@example.com.
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