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Welcome to the Food Service page!

20 days ago

Aramark Education is proud to serve Alice Independent School District. In conjunction with your district, we strive to help nurture students’ well-being, improve their overall dining experience, and adopt healthy lifestyles by providing nutritious menus, innovative dining environments, and wellness-based education and promotions.

  • Our Wonderful Managers
  • Health Fair
  • Dinner Meal Program
    Dinner Meal Program
    Some of our Students enjoying their meal.
  • We also do school caterings! We do many caterings during the school year and this is just an example of one of the events specifically asking for small appetizers and dessert. The dessert was thanks to our High School culinary class.
  • Aramark provides the "Fuel Program" Which gives students an opportunity to try a variety of different foods every month. Offered at our intermediate, Middle, and High School.
  • 2017 Summer Conference
  • 2018 Little Olympics
  • Family Engagement Conference
  • William Adam Middle School Breakfast Cart.
  • Employee Appreciation Week!
  • Popcorn Chicken Wrap
  • May 2018 Fuel Promo Pepper Popper Pizza
Staff Members
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