Food Services

If you have any questions about the food pick-up option please reach out to our Director of Dining Services, Shawn Fallon directly at sfallon@millisschools or 508-889-4014. If you cannot come to school, please give us a call.

The Millis Public Schools' Food Services is dedicated to ensuring all students receive breakfast and lunch during the Covid 19 Shut down.

In order to ensure that ALL students’ nutritional needs continue to be satisfied during this closure, we are offering all families the opportunity to have continued access to school meals. A “grab and go” breakfast and lunch will be available for pick-up, Monday, Wednesday and Friday outside of the Millis Middle/High School main entrance from 7:30-10:30 a.m.

Any person 21 years of age or younger can receive breakfast and lunch for TWO days on Mondays and Wednesdays and for THREE days on Fridays. These meals will include an entree, side of fruit and/or vegetable, and milk. Parents and guardians of any student will be able to pull-up to the Millis Middle/High School front entrance and pick up their meals without having to leave their vehicle. These nutritious meals are available to any resident 21 years of age or younger.

ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS Please contact Shawn Fallon, Director of Dining Services, at 508-889-4014 or by email sfallon@millisschools.org

This offer is for all Millis Public Schools students, but if your personal situation has changed and you need further assistance, please see the link attached for SNAP benefits where families can apply online for support https://dtaconnect.eohhs.mass.gov/ SNAP is a government program through the Department of Transitional Assistance and may be helpful for some qualifying families.

Please help us spread the word to your friends and neighbors!"

Be great!

-Shawn

Shawn Fallon, Director of Dining Services
508-889-4014
sfallon@millisschools.org

Also, the Millis Food Pantry is available to registered families to pick up needed items. Families should be registered with the food pantry in order to qualify for assistance. The pantry is typically open the first and third Wednesday of the month and every Saturday morning. The Millis Ecumenical Food Pantry is located at the Lower level in the Church Of Christ 142 Exchange Street, Millis, MA

The Millis Public Schools Food Services Department is dedicated to ensuring all students receive breakfast and lunch during the Covid 19 Changes to Learning.

In order to ensure that ALL students’ nutritional needs continue to be satisfied during remote and hybrid learning, we are offering all families the opportunity to have continued access to school meals. A “grab and go” breakfast and lunch will be available for pick-up, Monday, Wednesday and Friday outside of the Millis Middle/High School cafeteria entrance at door # 3 from 7:00 a.m. -9:30 a.m.


Any person 18 or younger can receive breakfast and lunch for TWO days on Mondays and Wednesdays and for THREE days on Fridays. These meals will include an entree, side of fruit and/or vegetable, and milk. Parents and guardians of any student will be able to pull-up to the Millis Middle/High School cafeteria entrance at door # 3 and pick up their meals without having to leave their vehicle. These nutritious meals are available to any resident 18 years of age or younger.


ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS Please contact Shawn Fallon, Director of Dining Services, at 508-889-4014 or by email sfallon@millisschools.org


This offer is for all Millis Public Schools students but if your personal situation has changed and you need further assistance, please see the link attached for SNAP benefits where families can apply online for support https://dtaconnect.eohhs.mass.gov/ SNAP is a government program through the Department of Transitional Assistance and may be helpful for some qualifying families.


Please help us spread the word to your friends and neighbors!



Be great!


-Shawn


Shawn Fallon

Director of Dining Services

Millis Public Schools


The Millis Public Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability or homelessness.


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