Food Services, operated by Whitson's, manages all aspects of school food service program. No local tax dollars are provided to the Food and Nutrition Budget. The program is operated to break even with funds provided by student sales and state/federal reimbursement through the operation of programs such as National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program.
All lunches at Sudbury Public Schools are prepared on-site. There are one or more staff members at each school ServSafe Certified as required per Mass. Dept. of Health. The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) is governed by federal (United States Department of Agriculture) and state (Department of Elementary and Secondary Education) regulations, and all menus must meet the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.
The menu planning system required by the NSLP is designed to provide children with approximately one-third of the key nutrients and calories they need according to the Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA's).
Elementary lunch prices are $2.75; Middle School lunches are $3.25. Cost of milk for students is $0.75. Snacks are available for students to purchase after they have eaten their lunch. In addition to the main lunch entree, students are given alternative entree choices to be ordered in advance of the lunch period.
Breakfast is $1.25.
If your child qualifies for free or reduced pricing on school lunches, please download and fill out the application ASAP and return the form to:
Sudbury Public Schools
40 Fairbank Road
Sudbury, MA 01776
FAQ document for My School Bucks
My School Bucks FAQ
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Annalisa MichielliSPS Food Service Coordinator978-639-3228
Sudbury Public Schools ~ 40 Fairbank Road ~ Sudbury, MA 01776ph: 978-443-1058 ~ fax: 978-443-9001Office hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm