Swampscott Public Schools
ALERT: Per the USDA, all student meals at all Swampscott Public Schools are FREE for all students, September 16, 2020 thru December 31, 2020 or until further notice.
Breakfast and Lunch Grab and Go Bags/Boxes will be available for all students attending school and those attending remotely. Please note menu items available are limited and subject to change. There are no substitutions to Grab and Go Meals. Menu links are noted below.
A La Carte/Snack/Beverage options will not be available at any school until a later date, and may vary by school.
Keep a connection with your school while supporting your school cafeterias, get School Lunch!
Free Meals to all students may not last the entire school year.
Submit a Free/Reduced Application now to avoid any lapse in benefits if necessary.
A Free/Reduced Meal Application can be completed and submitted whenever a household has a change in finances anytime during the year.
Please select and print an application from below and fill out completely to avoid any delay.
Bring to your child's school office or mail application to:
Swampscott Middle School, Attn: Kate Curtis 207 Forest Ave, Swampscott, MA 01907
Directions for Applying
Daily in Every School!
$1.50 Reduced $.30
High School $3.50
Middle School $3.25
Reduced Lunch All Schools $.40
How to Pay for Breakfast/Lunch
1. Cash - Elementary Students must have their name on envelope and/or bag
2. Check made to "Town of Swampscott" with student's name on check
3. Online at mySchoolBucks.com. Set up and account, you need student's 10 digit available at school office or lunch office
School Lunch is served Everyday EXCEPT:
Day before Thanksgiving, Day before December Vacation, and Last Two Days of Schools
Your Cafeteria Staff want to remind to Eat Your Fruits and Vegetables!
School Lunch Menus have moved to the top of this page by request! Scroll back up if you are looking here!
SCHOOL COMMITTEE POLICY
EFC - FREE AND REDUCED PRICE FOOD SERVICES
The school system will take part in the National School Lunch Program and other food programs that may become available to assure that all children in the schools receive proper nourishment.
In accordance with guidelines for participation in these programs, and in accordance with the wishes of the Committee, no child who a teacher believes is improperly nourished will be denied a free lunch or other food simply because proper application has not been received from his parents or guardians.
As required by state and federal regulations, the School Committee will approve a policy statement pertaining to eligibility for free milk, free meals, and reduced price meals.