Welcome to Food Services!

    Name: Cheri Hobbs
    Email Address: chobbs@orondo.wednet.edu


    My name is Cheri Hobbs, and I am excited to be the Food Service Manager with the Orondo Team! Throughout my career, I have shared my passion for food with many and especially enjoy introducing new flavors to help entice the adventurous spirit in us all! I believe good food is the base for building powerful bodies & minds.

    Orondo School is committed to providing each student with the knowledge, skills & resources they need. My mission is to provide tasty and desirable meals that will offer each student the nutritional components to help them achieve their goals! I believe in “Healthy Foods for Healthy Minds”.

    With passion and commitment, I welcome you to Orondo School District Food Services! Please feel free to contact me by email; I look forward to hearing from you!

    Volunteers are always welcome! Come join in the fun! If you are interested, please email me and I will be in touch with details!

    Thank you,

     Cheri Hobbs



    This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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    This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
    Ms. Cheri Hobbs