School Nutrition Program
Please read this important letter about foodservice that was shared with families on September 3, 2020.
Students will be offered school meals in their classrooms.
Meals will be available to students on remote learning days.
Meals will be available to students who are fully remote.
In-School Meals: Teachers will be taking students' lunch orders in school on in-person days. Students will have the option of choosing between our hot or cold lunch meal. Breakfast will be available to students on their way to their classroom.
Remote Learning Days: Our distribution days for meals for remote learning days will be Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. Please note that the first week of school our distribution days will be Tuesday 9/8 and Thursday 9/10.
The order forms for Meals for Remote Learning Days are below:
Williston Remote Meals: http://bit.ly/WillistonRemoteMeals
Shelburne Remote Meals: http://bit.ly/ShelburneRemoteMeals
Charlotte Remote Meals: http://bit.ly/CharlotteRemoteMeals
Hinesburg Remote Meals: http://bit.ly/HinesburgRemoteMeals
CVU Remote Meals: http://bit.ly/CVURemoteMeals
Please note, any CVU students who are at home can order and pick up a meal from any of the K-8 schools in our district, but must choose the order form from the site they wish to pick up from.
Please only sign up on these forms for the days your students will need meals at home. You can come to your school to pick up meals between 10-10:30 on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. You can also request delivery of meals on the form and we will deliver meals to your home. By requesting this option, you are giving us permission to deliver meals to your home. Please place a cooler near your front door for us to place the meals in to keep them safe and cold. Some items will need to be reheated at home. The instructions will be on the labels.
* CVU Remote day pick-ups will be Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00AM-10:30AM (First week will be Tuesday and Thursday)
Enjoy a healthy breakfast and lunch at school.
Our school lunch program complies with all regulations of the National School Lunch Program.
What makes up a healthy meal?
There are 5 components that must be offered for the lunch program: Proteins, Grains, Fruits, Vegetables & Dairy/Milk. For a meal to be considered a complete meal a student must choose 3 different components and at least one of those choices must include a Fruit or Vegetable. USDA guidelines require all schools to serve meals with twice as many fruits and vegetables, more whole grains, less sodium and fat.