Lunch Program Info

SAU #13’s Elementary Schools participate in the National School Breakfast, Lunch, Fresh Fruit and Vegetable, Snack and Special Milk Programs. In order for you and your child(ren)to benefit from programs offered in the elementary schools, please familiarize yourself with the following information.

Any questions should be directed to Vicki Wasson the Director of Food Service at (603) 367-4642 x140 or vwasson@mes-nh.com.


Each month meal menus written by the Food Service Director are distributed through the school and published on the elementary school's web site.


Meal Prices for 2017/2018

Breakfast for students $1.35  reduced $.30;  Adult $2.00.

Lunch for students  $2.55;  reduced $.40;  Adult $4.00

Cold milk or Juice $.35

Snack Milk:

1% or Skim snack Milk is offered daily for $.35.   



Application for Free and Reduced Price Meals:

Your family may be eligible for free or reduced price meals for breakfast and lunch. A packet of information will be sent home the first week of school. To apply for financial assistance, please complete the application and return it to your child’s school. One application should be used listing all children in the household attending SAU #13’s elementary schools. If your children are eligible to receive food stamps or TANF benefits, include a copy of the approved letter with the number issued to the child with the application. A new application must be filled out every year that you feel your children may be eligible for benefits. You can request an Application any time during 2015/2016 school year. Applications are in the office of your child’s elementary school. Apply today for a healthy school meal.


Breakfast:

Breakfast is offered daily including homemade muffins or breads, egg wraps, hard boiled eggs, whole grain cereals, whole grain bagels with low-fat cream cheese or peanut butter, low-fat yogurt, cheese sticks, fresh fruit or 100% juice, and 1% or skim milk.


Lunch:  

All lunches include five great choices: Milk-Skim or 1%, vegetables, fruits, whole grains and proteins. Student must select at least 3 food groups at every meal; at least one food group out of 3 must be a fruit or vegetable. We offer daily a choice of a sandwich or regular hot lunch. Sandwich choices also include the vegetable and fruit on the menu for the day. Nut butter or peanut butter sandwiches are offered daily. See what we are doing at your school to keep your kids healthy!


Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program:

To introduce the children to new fruits and vegetables every student will receive for free a piece of fresh fruit or vegetable for their morning snack.  


Meal Prepayment System:

The Elementary Schools have a computerized program for the management of school meals that assigns an account number to each student. This system allows us to provide better service to students and parents, as well as account for all meals served at The Elementary School. This system is designed to protect the privacy of those students who may be receiving free or reduced price meals. The school meal program operates on a pre-pay basis. It is expected that all meals, milk, etc. will be paid for in advance. Payment for the week is expected on Monday (Tues. if absent or a holiday). Payment may be made for the week, two weeks, month, etc.

In accordance with School Wellness Policies and school board policy it has been established that no student shall go hungry while attending school. In conjunction with this policy the following collection procedures have been established.

  1. Nutritional Service personnel will send out bills every two weeks to all students with a negative balance, (Please check your Child’s backpack for the bill), followed by a phone call/email reminding you of the negative balance.  Free/reduced meal applications will be offered.

  2. When the student’s negative balance reaches $25.00, the Food Service Director will notify the principal. The principal will send home a letter notifying the parent/guardian of the balance.

  3. Whenever any check issued to the District is returned as not collectible, as required by state statute, the SAU charges a fee of $25.00 per check, plus the amount of said check.

  4. Adults may not charge food or beverages. Payment must be made in advance or at the time of service.

Checks should be made payable to The Madison Elementary Hot Lunch program.  Please write your










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