Welcome to the MAUSD/ANWSD School Nutrition Cooperative!
ALL SCHOOL MEALS ARE FREE for
Breakfast is available to all students as they arrive at school. Breakfast kiosks are 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 is ordered by students in the morning and then either brought to the classrooms or served in the cafeteria with students sitting at tables 3ft apart. Everyday students have a choice of a Main Entree or a Bagel & Cream Cheese meal all with lots of vegetables, fruit and milk.
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 three 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 ALL students. See our meal menus on the menu page of this website.
Take Out School Meals
For remote learners and other children in our community 18 years old and younger, we offer Take Out School Breakfast and Lunch to be picked up and enjoyed at home. Meals can be ordered and picked up at the high schools in Bristol and Vergennes on Wednesday Afternoons. Meals are free for any child not in school who is 18 years old and younger or in school part-time.
For more information about pick up and ordering at ANWSD or MAUSD please contact
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 email@example.com.
Assistant Director - Erika Revell - 453-7002 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Or contact your School Nutrition Manager directly
FOR MAUSD Schools
Doreen Bortz - Robinson School 453-2949 email@example.com
Audra Pecor - Monkton School 453-4211 ext 4 firstname.lastname@example.org
Sara Little - Beeman School 453-2331 email@example.com
Sylvia Gilbert - Lincoln School 453-2119 firstname.lastname@example.org
Bertha Allen - Bristol Elementary School 453-5338 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
EVEN THOUGH MEALS ARE FREE FOR ALL STUDENTS WE STILL ENCOURAGE FAMILIES TO FILL OUT AN APPLICATION FOR FREE MEALS.
When you fill out the application and are eligible we can report the numbers of qualified students to receive state and federal funding for a variety of programs.
Applications are available all year long from your school office or school nutrition manager at your school. Make sure to complete and return right away.
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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