Breakfast is offered daily, choice of cereal, hot item, yogurt, breakfast bar, fresh fruit, 100% fruit juice & milk
Below is a link to free breakfast and lunch in the surrounding areas throughout the state during the summer,
The Child Nutrition Program offers nutritious breakfasts and lunches for all grade levels. Proper nutrition is fundamental for the success of the academic programs.
Our meals meet the new USDA Nutrition Standards, which requires the following:
- Age-appropriate calorie limits
- Larger servings of vegetables and fruits (students must take at least one serving)
- A wider variety of vegetables, including dark green and red/orange vegetables and legumes
- Fat-free or 1% milk (flavored milk must be fat-free)
- Whole grains & whole grain rich
- Less sodium
The new requirements build on the work we have already been doing to provide more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and healthier main dishes in our cafeteria. Now is a great time for students to choose school lunch!
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Cook's Corner 2017
Lunch Lady Blog
Do you know? Students who eat a nutritious breakfast have shown improved attentiveness and descreased tartiness and supensions. The morning meal should include a protein source, such as eggs, milk or meat option and a fruit or vegetable.
What is gleaning? Gleaning is the act of collecting excess fresh foods from farms, gardens, farmer's markets or other sources and providing it to those in need. gleaned produce goes to food pantries, soup kitchens, school, community suppers and the NH Food Bank.
Check it out at www.nhgleans.org
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IF LANGUAGE ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED FOR CIVIL RIGHTS PURPOSES, PLEASE CONTACT THE NH COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AT: 1-603-271-2767, DIAL "0", ASK FOR AN INTERPETER.
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Free & Reduced Applications
Applications for Free and Reduced meals You can fill out a Free & Reduced form at any time during the school year.
Jr./Sr. High Lunch Form
Jr./Sr. Athletic Meal