Food Service

The mission of the Hudson School District Food Service Department is to strive to treat all children equally, provide healthy, well-balanced, and reasonably priced meals in a safe and pleasant environment. Good nutrition is essential to the learning process; therefore, we encourage all students to eat well-balanced meals at school, as well as at home.

 

The Hudson School District uses a computerized ‘point of sale’ debit meal payment system. This system allows you to “deposit” money into your child’s account, and funds will automatically be deducted from his/her account when cafeteria meals are purchased, using a unique 4-digit personal identification number (PIN) assigned to your child. Since this is a debit system, students will not be allowed to charge, so please plan accordingly.

All elementary school students will have a prepayment envelope sent home each month, along with the menu for your convenience and security. It should be filled out with the student's name, school, and homeroom, and returned to school with a check enclosed for the month. Checks should be made payable to "Hudson School Food Service", not the specific school your child attends. Payments may be split between siblings within the same school only. Low balance statements will be emailed as needed. You are able to make online payments to your child's account at www.mymealtime.com. Please note the town of Hudson charges a 25.00 fee for check that are returned for insufficient funds, and will be deducted from your child's account. Menus are subject to change (changes will be announced in each individual school).

  

Applications for free or reduced price meals are available for any family who wish to apply. They are sent to each household at the beginning of the school year and available year round in each of the school nurses offices, online, and the office of the Food Service Director.

Students requiring meal modifications must have their physician complete a Special Diet Order. These forms are available in the nurses office, online, or the office of the Food Service Director. Click here to print the form

 

Hudson School Food service is a self supporting department that must function as a fiscally responsible business, and at the same time fulfill our role of feeding our students healthy choices at a reasonable price that include fresh fruits, vegetables, and wholegrain breads. The Hudson School District takes pride in providing healthy meals to our students each year.

Meal prices for the 2013-2014 school year are as follows:

MEALElementaryMiddle SchoolHigh School
Breakfast$1.25$1.25$1.75/$2.00
Reduced Breakfast$0.30$0.30$0.30
Lunch$1.90$2.00$2.50
Reduced Lunch$0.40$0.40$0.40
Milk$0.40$0.40$0.40

In an effort to be sensitive to students with peanut allergies, we will no longer serve peanut butter as a menu item in the elementary schools, nor will we use it in our baking. We will make considerable effort to limit peanut products in the food service program.

As always, if you have any questions please feel free to contact the Food Service Department by email @ canger@sau81.org or calling (603) 886-1245, M-F 8:30am-2:30pm.

Sincerely,

Carla A. Anger,
Food Service Director

 

NameRolePhoneEmail
Carla AngerFood Service Director(603) 886-1245canger@sau81.org
Suzette JacksonAdmin Assistant to Food Service Director(603) 886-1245sjackson@sau81.org

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