Welcome to Food Services!
Good nutrition and learning go hand in hand!
"The Department of Food Services provides healthy, nutritious meals to the students, faculty, and staff who attend and work in Unit 4. The Child Nutrition Professionals and I feel it is our responsibility to properly feed and educate our students on a daily basis. The state and federal governments exert strict regulations in the how and what of serving school meals."
The mission of the Champaign Unit #4 School District, in partnership with the community, is to guide all students in gaining knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to direct their lives, improve a diverse society, and excel in a changing world by providing dynamic, resource-rich learning environments and experiences in which people and lifelong learning are valued.
Champaign Community Unit School District #4 is a large unit school district serving more than 9,600 students in grades pre-K through 12 in Champaign, Savoy, and Bondville, Illinois. Our 18 campuses employ more than 1,800 teachers, administrators, and support personnel, including some of the brightest educators in the region. With proximity to the University of Illinois and Parkland College, Champaign Schools are able to build strong community partnerships which provide unique, world-class educational opportunities to our students. Our focus is to foster positive learning environments and prepare all students for college and career readiness after graduation. Read on to learn more about Champaign Schools, and View the District Report Card.