CCSC is now offering school meals through the Community Eligibility Provision plan. This program allows us to offer school breakfasts and lunches to every student at no charge to families. However, you must turn in an order form to receive your meals. See information below.
During the regular school year, CCSC offers a nutritious breakfast and lunch in school every school day (except on days when there is an 11:30 am early dismissal, special event schedule change, or during Roundtables.). Meals are prepared off-site and delivered fresh daily. CCSC meals do not contain pork. Students may bring their own nutritious snacks to eat during DEAR, the mid-morning silent reading period.
Access to healthier foods and beverages is important because healthy, well-nourished students are better learners! Students who consume healthier foods and beverages are more likely to get the nutrients they need to learn, play and grow. As students continue to see a difference in their school meals, including more fruits, vegetables and whole grains, it is important to provide healthier foods and beverages outside of the cafeteria as well so we can continue to build on the great strides being made in our school meal program!
Snacks and drinks are not permitted in classrooms, except for nutritious snacks during DEAR.
Meal Hours: School breakfast is available from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 am. All breakfast items must be consumed and trash disposed of by 8:35 am. The lunch schedule is as follows:
- MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY: 11:40 am - 12:10 pm
- WEDNESDAY: 11:56 am - 12:25 pm
How to order school breakfast and/or lunch: To receive a school meal, everyone must complete a meal order form so that we can place timely orders with the caterer. Menus will be posted online (see links below). Meal order forms may now be completed online. To order breakfast or lunch for the month, please go to the meal order form linked below and simply fill out the form online to continue/sign-up for our nutritious meal service. Please note: you will have the option to be added to the school meal service for the entire school year. If you would like to discontinue meal service, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Stop Meal Service' in the subject line. Include the student's name and grade.
Please submit as soon as possible to start meal service for your child. If you have any questions, or need assistance, please email email@example.com, or call 617-354-0047.
Orders submitted late may delay meals for that student by one full ordering cycle. Note: All students must complete the order form to receive school meals every month if they are not signed up for the school year.
- MAY 2018 REGULAR MEAL MENU (Breakfast & Lunch)
- MAY 2018 VEGETARIAN MEAL MENU (Breakfast & Lunch)
- APRIL 2018 REGULAR MEAL MENU (Breakfast & Lunch)
- APRIL 2018 VEGETARIAN MEAL MENU (Breakfast & Lunch)
If you have a food allergy: When submitting a food order form, please inform the school if you have a food allergy. Food allergies must be noted by medical personnel in a student’s health record for menu changes to be made. CCSC has students, staff and visitors with peanut and/or nut allergies. These allergies can be quite serious and for this reason CCSC is a “nut safe” school. CCSC does not prohibit staff or students from bringing peanuts, peanut butter, all nuts and products (like granola bars) containing these items to school. Students may bring them for lunch but not for DEAR snack. However, the school does safeguard those with allergies by creating spaces that are free of nuts, such as nut-free tables in lunch rooms. The school has also worked hard to find a caterer that offers food that does not contain nuts and is not prepared with them.
Rules for Lunches Brought to School: Students who do not wish to order the school lunch should bring a nutritious lunch. The school offers refrigeration and microwaves for student lunches. Due to federally mandated school food regulations, students and their families may not bring fast foods, junk food (e.g. chips, candy, etc.), or soda and sport drinks to school. These foods will be confiscated if found.
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For information regarding the National School Lunch Program, or the School Breakfast Program, please contact Ms. Lisa Smith. (see below)
Questions? Please call Lisa Smith (617-354-0047 at ext. 201 or firstname.lastname@example.org) with all questions about the meal programs, meal orders or the MBTA service.