Thank you to our dedicated Food Service Staff for their commitment and dedication to the Westport Community Schools!
Michelle A. Rapoza
School Lunch Applications are available for the upcoming School year 2020-2021. If you would like to receive the new applications please email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org or hollymoreau@westportschools.
School Lunch and Breakfast Online Application
Full paying students pay $1.75 per breakfast
Qualifying reduced students pay $0.30 per breakfast
Qualifying free students pay $0.00 per breakfast
2020-2021 School Lunch Applications are now available online
Lunch applications are available in the Central Office located at 17 Main Road, Westport, Ma
Westport Elementary School offers breakfast to all students starting at 8:00 am until 8:30 am.
Macomber Schools offers breakfast to all students starting at 8:15 am until 8:45 am.
Westport Jr. Sr. High School offers breakfast to all students starting at 7:00 am until 7:30 am.
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.
If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact Michelle Rapoza via email at email@example.com or by phone at (774) 309-3371 or Holy Moreau at (508) 636-1140.
Beginning, Monday, October 2, 2017, the Westport Elementary School will offer a breakfast program to all students, either full pay or based on their school lunch application qualifications. Students that qualify for the free lunch program will receive free breakfast. Students that qualify 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. Westport Community Schools is
mandated to follow the meal pattern Requirement and Nutritional Standards by the USDA’s National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.
If you should have any questions, please feel free to contact Michelle Rapoza via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (774) 309-3371 or Holy Moreau at (508) 636-1140.
Breakfast is “Grab N’ Go” and will be available from 8:15 am to 8:30 AM in the cafeteria
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 include peanuts, tree nuts, milk, egg, wheat, soy, fish and shellfish. For more information on these Common Allergens, visit the Food Allergy Research & Education website.
School District Policies:
Based on guidance from USDA*, foods that pose the highest risk for choking are foods that possess the following characteristics: ‘round, tube-shaped, small, hard, thick and sticky, smooth, slippery, or easily molded to the airway’.
In order to align with Massachusetts state licensing and USDA’s recommendations, FNP’s policy restricts the serving of the following foods to children under four years of age:
Please see the attachment below for the full Choking Prevention Policy
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