Food Services

New for 2023-24 School Year

We have upgraded our lunch system software to include dietary information* on our school lunch menus. This upgrade brings a new online portal for payment processing. You will need to register in this new portal.

After completing the registration process, you can easily add students to your account by filling out the add student dropdown menu on the dashboard's right-hand side. This portal will also allow you to see your student's purchase/lunch history.

Click here to get started with the MMUUSD Lunch Portal

You will need to have the student ID to link a student to the account. If you do not know your student's id, please contact at [email protected] and she will be able to provide this information. Once you've connected your students successfully, you can add funds to their individual accounts.

Please note there is a $2.60 service fee per transaction. To avoid this, you can pay via cash or check at your student's respective school.

It's important to note that all student meals are now free of charge. However, it's still necessary for eligible families to complete the free and reduced meal application. This enables us to claim reimbursements from federal and state funds. You can access both paper and online application forms on this page.

*Please note that nutritional information is subject to change as product availability and vendors fluctuate.

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A farm to school lunch program using seasonal, local, fresh produce - (L) Local

USDA is an equal opportunity provider & employer.

Lunches at Brewster Pierce are all made from scratch. Bread, rolls and pizza crusts are started early morning of day they're served. Fruit and vegetables are sourced as locally as possible; Burnt Rock Farm, Villager Farm, Jubilee Farm, Conant's, Maplewind, Moultrop's, Taft's Milk and Maple, Harlow's Farm, apples from various orchards in Western Vermont Meat, Cheese, yogurt come from some of these local farms and Cabot Creamery, Vermont Smoke and Cure and from USDA also. Grains and flours come from King Arthur and Champlain Valley Milling, Eggs are raised in Vermont. Organic sunflower seeds, these days come from China! There will always be a vegetarian protein available.

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