The District Support Services Division is committed to supporting "Student Success!" We will rise above our highest expectation to provide quality services and products. Teamwork is our Motto. Working together we can make a difference.
The Food and Nutrition Services Department "Champ's Café" Team is dedicated to serving well-balanced nutritious meals for all our students to refuel for learning. Serving approximately 4,300 breakfasts and 10,650 lunches daily, more than 2,700,000 meals are served annually making the Champ's Café Team the largest restaurant chain in Charlotte County. Staff safely prepare and serve healthy USDA meals to meet the nutritional needs of our students at our 20 Champ's Café sites.Contact Info
The Purchasing Department provides our schools and ancillary departments with everything from computers and professional services to furnishing entire new schools. They are responsible for 120 quotes, bids and proposals annually and process 2,906 purchase orders annually. The Purchasing team assures Charlotte County Public Schools receives the best available products and prices. The Warehouse team travels approximately 30,196 miles annually delivering over 12,000 cases of supplies to our facilities and 77,040 cases of food supplies to our school cafeterias. The Property Records team is responsible for inventorying over $40,710,000 of equipment. They are also responsible for the disposal of surplus items through the district's surplus store, surplus sales bids and recycling; additionally, they have collected over $151,700 in surplus sales conducted in its Surplus Store, on-line auctions and recycling during the 2014-15 School Year. These funds go directly into our District's general fund to support education. On-line auctions are conducted on www.PublicSurplus.com.Contact Info
The Maintenance and Operations Department is comprised of several sub-departments and is responsible for maintaining our school facilities and equipment. The M&O team maintains approximately 3,026,974 square feet of educational facilities and 502 acres. The construction team has been tasked with remodeling, renovations and new construction. This extraordinary team has completed over $402,716,545 in projects since 2000. Printing services for the District are provided by the Print Shop which averages 12,000,000 impressions annually. The M&O team is also responsible for our energy management program. As of December 2015, our energy team, with the help of each and every staff and student in our district, has reduced our utility costs by $15,994,917 in the first nine plus years of the program. The District is an ENERGY STAR Partner and has been awarded twenty-seven ENERGY STAR plaques for energy efficiency by the Department of Environmental Protection (EPA). Seven schools and two ancillary buildings have been recognized by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) for their Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED). Within the Maintenance and Operations Department is the Special Projects Technology Repair Department which provides services and repairs on a multitude of equipment such as but not limited to computers/hardware, audio visual equipment, Audio Enhancement systems, security cameras, Promethean boards, TV studios and much more throughout the district.Contact Info
The Transportation Department assures that all the eligible children entrusted to our district arrive safely and on time to school and home each and every day. While the number of buses varies daily, on average 85 buses travel approximately 1,500,000 miles annually. 6798 students are transported to and from school each day, making 1402 stops every morning and 1443 stops every afternoon. The Transportation team is also responsible for ensuring that our entire fleet of school buses, service vehicles and district passenger vehicles are inspected regularly, maintained and running smoothly.Contact Info
The Maintenance & Operations Printing services for the District are provided by the Print Shop which averages 12,000,000 impressions annually.