School Business Administrator, Director of Transportation & Food Services
Michelle A. Rapoza
Papa Gino's Pizza
Due to a delivery issue, there was no Papa Gino's served at the Westport Elementary School today,Friday, April 28, 2017!
We apologize for any inconvenience and hope to have this issue rectified.
Food Service Substitutes NEEDED:
Substitute Food Service Workers - $11.00 an hour, hours are 7:30 - 1:30 pm, as needed.
Perfect hours if you are retired, have school aged children or just looking for part time work.
Substitute Food Service Workers must have a minimum of a high school diploma or G.E.D.
For further information, please contact Michelle Rapoza, School Business Administrator
Lunch applications are available in the Central Office located at 17 Main Road, Westport, Ma
Beginning, Monday, October 3, 2016 Westport Jr. Sr. High School will begin offering breakfast to all students starting at 7:00 am until 7:30 am and then again for grades 9 through 12 at 9:00 am breaktime. Students who qualify for free lunch will receive free breakfast, students who qualify for reduced lunch will pay the reduced breakfast rate of $.30 and full pay breakfast is $1.75. There will be a poster that explains what is considered a complete breakfast. Thank you for participating!
The National School Lunch Program offers two Breakfast Programs; one is the Universal Breakfast Program that offers “free” breakfast to all students regardless of their eligibility. The other program is offered to all students but at a cost for those students who do not qualify under the free or reduced lunch program eligibility. Beginning, Monday, February 01, 2016, the previous FREE breakfast program will only be free to students that have qualified for the free lunch program. Students that have qualified for the reduced lunch program will have a fee of $.30 per breakfast. All other students that would like to purchase breakfast will be charged a fee of $1.75 per day. If your child does not qualify for the free or reduced lunch program, and has a negative lunch balance, they will not be allowed to purchase breakfast.
The Breakfast Program is available at the Macomber Primary School and will be available at the Westport Jr. Sr. High School beginning Monday, October 3, 2016.
Breakfast cost: Full paying students pay $1.75 per breakfast
Qualifying free students pay $0.00 per breakfast
Qualifying reduced students pay $0.30 per breakfast
If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact myself or Helena Neves at 508-636-1140, or my direct line at 774-309-3371.
I can also be reached by my email address, firstname.lastname@example.org.
School Meal Prices 2016-2017
8 oz. Milk: $0.50
Pre-K-Grade 6: $2.75
Grade 7-Grade 12: $3.00
Adult Meal: $4.00 (includes tax)
"This institution is an equal opportunity provider."
Whole Grain Rich
Beginning in school year 2014-2015, all grains and breads in school meal programs were required to be "whole grain-rich," meaning that they had to contain at least 50 percent whole grain meal and/or flour. These requirements also reflect the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, which recommended making whole grains at least half of all grains consumed.
Westport Jr. Sr. High School A La Carte Items
Menus are subject to change, notices will be posted through the website!
Most items are available on a daily basis. By the time of the last lunch, some items may run out but there are still other items that will be available. Students may pre-order favorite items daily, weekly, or monthly to ensure they are available.
Regular or spicy chicken patty
Egg, bacon & cheese
Cheeseburger or Hamburger
Buffalo or ceasar wraps/pockets
Salad plates with or without tuna
FOOD ON SCHOOL BUSES
There is NO food allowed on school buses!
At the beginning of the school year Westport Community Schools informed ALL parents that students caught eating on the school bus would be immediate grounds for dismissal of bus privileges! Some students still continue to eat on the bus without being aware that some foods may contain allergens that may cause Anaphylaxis - a severe, potentially fatal allergic reaction.
Although nearly any food is capable of causing an allergic reaction, only eight foods account for 90 percent of all food-allergic reactions in the United States. These foods are:
School District Policies:
EEAD-R, Student Conduct on Buses
JLCF-R, LIFE-THREATENING ALLERGY POLICY
Love what you do and do what you Love!
Thank you to Karen Arruda, a 16 Year dedicated Food Service staff member for her spooky pumpkin designs this school year!
Look for the Macomber Food Staff Pumpkins on our Facebook page!