Director of Food Services:
The Food Service Director plans, delivers, assesses, and oversees ongoing improvement of food service operations. The Director is responsible for the preparation and serving of all meals. The Food Service Director manages the food service production and delivery system, including purchase and inventory of food and supplies. The Food Service Director will insure conformance with food quality, nutrition, and productivity standards. The Food Service Director will train, manage and supervise food service staff and insure the highest possible consumer satisfaction.
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About Mendota Unified School District:
- Students: 3400
- Schools: 3 Elementary Schools, 1 Junior High School, 1 High School and 1 Alternative Education Program(s) (grades 7-12 and Adult Education)
In 1891, the Southern Pacific Railroad Company established a storage and switching facility on a site around which eventually emerged the City of Mendota. Because of the railroad and the abundance of fertile lands, over the years Mendota became a city whose economic wellbeing was, and continues to be tied to agriculture. The City of Mendota incorporated in 1942 and is located in Fresno County in the heart of California’s Central Valley. Today, Mendota has earned the recognition as the Cantaloupe Center of the World. While surrounded by acres of agricultural lands, Mendota is not an isolated city. Firebaugh is a short distance away, approximately eight (8) miles to the north via State Highway 33. The cities of Kerman and San Joaquin are also nearby to the east and southeast respectively. Interstate 5 is approximately 15 miles west of Mendota, while State Highway 99 and the City of Fresno are 34 miles to the east. Recreational opportunities are abundant, with three city parks in addition to the county and state administered parklands. Hunting and fishing are excellent in the area. To the east lies the teeming 12,000-acre waterfowl management area of Mendota Wildlife Refuge with its snow geese and pintails. To the west is the 85 acre Mendota Pool Park with playgrounds, picnic areas and launch ramp that attracts sports enthusiasts from the San Francisco Bay area for its legendary fishing of sturgeon, salmon and bass. Transportation is convenient, with I-5 just 15 miles west of Mendota, and Routes 33 and 180 intersecting in the city. Mendota’s climate is suited for year round sports and recreation. Mild weather is typical with cool winters and warm to hot summers. Mendota is a city with dynamic growth potential.