Food Services
(313) 827-3065

Dearborn Food Services Leadership Team

Courtney Burrows, MBA,RDN
Senior General Manager

Sara Crespo, MS, RDN
Nutrition Coordinator
(313) 827 3065

Nur Ayoubi, RDN
Director of Operations
(313) 827 3065

Jeff Murphy
DPS Foodservice Director

Stacey Meloche
DPS Foodservice Liaison

Mohamad Nassereddine
District Chef

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Our mission

We work to create a healthy and nutritious environment that promotes learning and wellness.

Dearborn Public Schools serves nutritious meals every full school day.  The district participates in the Community Eligibility Program under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s School Lunch Program and offers free lunch and breakfast to most of our kindergarten to 12th grade students, regardless of family income.

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Partnership with SFE

Dearborn Schools proudly began a partnership with Southwest Foodservice Excellence (SFE) on July 1, 2019.  SFE is a culinary-based foodservice management company dedicated exclusively to K-12 nutrition. Focused on nourishing students to reach their highest potential, the company provides superior food with more focus on “fresh-from-scratch,” more menu options and more onsite support than any other K-12 provider.   SFE has partnerships in school districts spread across 15 states serving more than 300 million meals per year.

SFE is committed to the nutritional well-being of every student and staff member in the Dearborn School community, fueling students to reach their highest potential.  In fact, the company brings a fresh, culinary approach that contrasts with that of traditional school cafeterias, where meals are traditionally pre-packaged and highly processed.    

Throughout the school year, SFE also offers nutrition education classes and events that are community-interactive, involving students, staff and parents.  These regular events include health fairs, farmer’s markets, and food demonstrations.  They also include SFE’s own “Roving Chef” program, designed to teach kids about culinary skills and nutrition principles– right in the kitchen, alongside a real chef.   

Menus & Nutrition Information

Interactive school menus, along with complete nutrition information, are available through Nutrislice (link to Note the website and app can be set to display in Arabic or a number of other languages.

Download the Nutrislice App: 

iPhone (link to

Android (link to

Halal Certification

Dearborn Public Schools ensures all meats served in our schools are certified Halal.  Certificates for our products can be found here.

Dearborn-Halal-Certifications to 5-2025

Payment for A la Carte and Adult Meals

While students will not need money to buy meals, schools will continue to offer individual items for sale in their cafeteria such as milk and snacks.  Students will need money in hand or in their student account to buy those items.  Money can be send via cash or check with your child to school.  To check their account balance, log into your ParentConnect (hyperlink) account.

Adult Meal Prices:

Breakfast: $2.70 + tax
Lunch: $5.25 + tax

Special Dietary Needs

If your child has special dietary needs, changes can be made to your child’s school breakfast and/or lunch at no extra charge, with the proper documentation from a physician. If your child has special dietary needs, please contact your child’s school to learn more.


Our foodservice team at Dearborn Public Schools is top notch! Looking for a fulfilling career with an opportunity to make a difference in your community? We are hiring team members for our department at various locations. No experience? No problem!

Qualified candidates can expect:

  1. Part-time hours (4 to 6 hours/day)
  2. Summers, nights weekends and holidays off
  3. Health and retirement benefits
  4. A fun, team environment

It is the policy of Dearborn Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, age, religion, past or present military service, family medical history or genetic information as required by federal or state law.

Contact us

Food Services
18700 Audette St
Dearborn, MI 48124
Phone: 313-827-3065

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