Food Services-Nutrition & Wellness

SCHOOL YEAR 2021-2022

Great news for you and your children! 
Middletown Public Schools are providing free meals for all students through participation in the Seamless Summer Option of the National School Lunch Program for school year 2021-22. We look forward to serving nutritious and delicious meals to all of our students throughout the upcoming school year.

This means all meals, breakfast and lunch for School Year 2021-22, are offered at NO charge to all students.

However, students enrolled in Lawrence, Moody, Wesley Elementary and Middletown High should complete and submit your free and reduced-price meal application to your school or the Food Service Department in order to determine eligibility for other programs, like the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT), discounted technology and WiFi programs, and more. 
Parent Letter
Lawrence, Moody, Wesley Elementary and Middletown High. 
Parent Letter
Bielfield, Farm Hill, Macdonough, Snow, Spencer, and Beman Middle School.
 

Application for free or reduced meals - (ENGLISH) or (SPANISH)


Feed the Earth Middletown-Food Waste and Compost Initiative with Blue Earth Compost
Middletown Public Schools Food and Nutrition Department is excited to announce our partnership with Feed the Earth Middletown and Blue Earth Compost. Beginning in February 2022, the following schools will begin a composting program from the food scraps in our kitchens: 
Beman Middle School, Bielfield, Farm Hill, Snow and Macdonough Elementary Schools. See our promotional article from the City of Middletown's Recycling Coordinator here



USAC Affordable Connectivity Program: 

Please see the attached link to see if your family qualifies for the USAC Affordable Connectivity Program. The USAC is offering discounted internet services and rebates on laptops, tablets and more for qualifying households. If you need a letter to confirm CEP or Free/Reduced status, please email Randall Mel at [email protected]

Farmers' Markets in CT 2022:
Put Local on your tray guide

Additional Resources

  • Addendum A - Sharing Information with Other Programs (ENGLISH) or (SPANISH)
  • Addendum B - HUSKY PLAN - Does your Child have Health Insurance? (ENGLISH) or (SPANISH)
  • Addendum C - SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) (ENGLISH) or (SPANISH)
  • Middletown Public Schools Public Media Release for School meal programs 21-22 CLICK HERE
  • Food Resource Guide-Middletown Coalition for Children


For even more information please visit the USDA Website or click here for additional facts from FRAC, the Food Research and Action Center. 


MENUS 
Elementary School Menus (K-5)
Breakfast Menu
Macdonough and FarmHill Breakfast Menu

 
Beman Middle School Menus (6-8)
Breakfast Menu

Middletown High School Menus (9-12)
Breakfast Menu

After School Snack Program (FarmHill, Spencer, Beman)
ASP Menu

PreSchool Program Menus
Breakfast and Snack Menu

Meal Charging Policy 

Meal Account Prepayment Information


Parents may PREPAY for all school meals at any Middletown Public School. 
Two prepayment options: 
1. Send cash or a check to your student(s) school
2. Pay on-line at MySchoolBucks.com

Learn more about the MySchoolBucks online payment program and how to create an account.

You can contact Food Services at 860-704-4519
Randall Mel, Food Services Manager
Erin Thazhampallath,  Accounts Clerk III