Food Service Information

Application for Free or Reduced Meals

You can apply for breakfast and lunch assistance at any time during the year. If your circumstances change just fill out the and return to the School Nutrition Director. As always, this information is confidential.  Application for Free and Reduced Meals 

**Free and Reduced status expires in October. Please submit a new application to continue your Free or Reduced benefits**

Student Accounts
Each student at WHS has their own food service account, accessed with their 6 digit student ID number. This is a debit, not a charging system. Parents or students may make deposits in cash, checks made out to WHS School Nutrition, including student ID number or online at

Checks can be mailed to: 
Winnacunnet High School, 1 Alumni Drive, Hampton, NH 03842, Attn: School Nutrition

Checks or cash can also be given directly to cashiers as students pass through the serving lines. provides a quick and convenient way to put money into an account, using a credit or debit card for a small fee. All parents can set up an account to check their student’s balance at any time, even if they choose to not use this service. Visit the myLunchMoney tab above for more information.

We allow students to charge up to $5.40 worth of meals only (2 lunches). They can check their balance anytime they go through a line, or online at A la carte items and specialty beverages cannot be charged, meals only.

Dining Hall Offerings

Breakfast is available from 7:15-7:45 am. We offer bagels, homemade muffins, cinnamon rolls, oatmeal, fresh fruit, milk and juice daily; along with weekly specials including Warrior Scramble, Egg Sandwiches, French Toast and more. We now also offer Green Mountain Coffee and Hot Chocolate.
All breakfast options are available during break at 9:39 am. Two lines are now open to expedite the process of getting the students fed and back to class on time. 

In addition to our homemade hot entree, prepared from scratch daily by Chef Jim, we offer the following: A made-to-order deli station, pre-made sandwiches and salads, fully stocked salad bar and weekly salad and sandwich specials. Our menu is always posted a week ahead of time. Visit the "Menu" tab above.

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