Information from Superintendent Charles regarding the new meal prices effective January 1, 2013.
The school lunch program is an extension of the Board of Education’s educational programs. It is the Board’s vision to have a partnership among students, staff, school family and community in offering access to and providing nutritious meals which are attractively presented at a reasonable price. Read more on Charging Meals.
Parent/Guardian letter to households for school meals and snacks dated January 1, 2013.
The Middletown Public Schools Food Service Program prides itself on serving nutritious breakfasts and lunches to students and staff in a pleasant and friendly atmosphere. For families who qualify, reduced price and free breakfasts and lunches are provided. Click here to get additional information on applying for free or reduced meals.
More information on Connecticut's HUSKY Plan for free or low-cost health insurance see below:
- Addendum A - Sharing Information with Other Programs
- Addendum B - HUSKY PLAN - Does your Child have Health Insurance?
- SPANISH - Addendum B - HUSKY PLAN- ¿Tiene su Hijo un Seguro de Salud?
- Addendum C - Information on SNAP: Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly the Food Stamp Program)
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You can contact Food Services at 860-704-4519