Welcome to the MAUSD/ANWSD School Nutrition Cooperative!
ALL SCHOOL MEALS ARE FREE for
Our whole staff is so happy to be welcoming students back to school and we are so looking forward to providing our new Catering in the Classroom Program as well as our Take Out School Meals Program - all for free!!!
Catering in the Classroom
Breakfast will be available to all students as they arrive at school. Breakfast kiosks will be positioned at all school entrances so students in elementary and high school can grab something to keep them going for the school day.
At our elementary schools lunch will be ordered by students in the morning and then brought to the classrooms. Student will dine in their classrooms. There will be a choice of a hot homemade meal and a cold sandwich every day.
High schools students will purchase their lunch from one of the kiosks located around the building in order to minimize traffic in the hallways. There will be four choices daily including a homemade hot entee, a signature salad, a signature sandwich and a vegetarian option.
Please contact us with questions. We are so happy to be serving students in person again. See our meal menus on the menu page of this website.
Take Out School Meals
For remote learners, we will be offering breakfast and lunch to be picked up and enjoyed at home when students are not in school. Meals can be ordered and picked up at the high schools in Bristol and Vergennes.
For more information about pick up and ordering at ANWSD, Click here
For more information about pick up and ordering at MAUSD, Click here
Please keep in touch. We want to hear from you about how your experience with school meals is going. We are going to work hard to make all of our programs meet the needs of students. We will tweek, change, and adapt as we go. Keep us in the loop.
Director - Kathy Alexander - 453-7002 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Assistant Director - Erika Revell - 453-7002 or email@example.com
Or contact your School Nutrition Manager directly
FOR MAUSD Schools
Doreen Bortz - Robinson School 453-2949 firstname.lastname@example.org
Audra Pecor - Monkton School 453-2314 email@example.com
Sara Little - Beeman School 453-2331 firstname.lastname@example.org
TBA - Lincoln School 453-2119
Bertha Allen - Bristol Elementary School 453-3227 ext 227 email@example.com
Carol Roscoe - Mt. Abe Middle/High School - 453-7002 firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR ANWSD Schools:
Lisa Sprague - Vergennes Elementary School - 877-3761 email@example.com
Sarah Anderson - Ferrisburgh Central School 877-3463 - firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE CONSIDER APPLYING FOR FREE SCHOOL MEALS!
Applications have been mailed or will be coming home on the first day of school. Make sure to complete and return right away so we can get your student set up to get free breakfast and lunch at school.
To make sure you student is well nourish and ready to learn- put funds in his/her account to purchase meals.
Send in a check or visit the online payment system to replenish your student's account today.
MAKE PAYMENTS FOR SCHOOL MEALS ONLINE
FOR MAUSD ONLY - CLICK ON THE MySchoolBucks link ABOVE for an easy way to pay for meals
An ID# will be needed to set up a student account.
Call (802-453-7002) or e-mail (email@example.com) to get the ID#.
FOR ANWSD ONLY - CLICK ON THE Mealtime link ABOVE for an easy way to pay for meals.
Call (802-453-7002) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) to get the ID#.
We know that good nutrition and learning go hand in hand!
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We provide students with access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students.
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