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Menus, Value Meals, and Pricing Information

VALUE MEALS

In order to speed up service in the café, it is encouraged to prepay each Monday for meals to be eaten during the week or longer. The account is only charged if a student takes a meal.


Lunch for students in grades K-8 will cost $ 2.75 per day and grades 9-12 will cost $ 3.00. Students who qualify for reduced meal status pay 40 cents per day for lunch; breakfast is free for students who qualify for reduced price meals. Elementary students will now be offered two entrée choices each day when practical. Middle and High School students are offered many options every day. Please note à la carte items are available for purchase to students in grades 6-12.

The best deal is a Value Meal.  Value Meal components are an entree, fruit, vegetable, grain, and an 8 oz. milk or juice. Students must choose *at least three* of these components, and one of these MUST be a fruit or a vegetable choice.

 

PRICING

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MEAL PAYMENTS

Students are told verbally when the account is low and once a week statements are sent home with any student with a low balance.  Parents may call any school day to find out this balance:  Village – 222-1316, Narragansett – 222-1259, Great Falls – 222-1200

Prices for September, 2017, Grades K-5
Eligibility:    Full    Reduced         
Breakfast -     $1.25   FREE            
Lunch -         $2.75   $.40    
1%White or Skim Milk - $.60     Fat-Free Chocolate Milk - $.60

STAFF AND VISITORS:  $1.50 Breakfast, $4.00 Lunch (adult portion)

In order to speed up service in the café, it is encouraged to prepay each Monday for meals to be eaten during the week or longer. The account is only charged if a student takes a meal.  

The best deal is a Value Meal.  Value Meal components are an entree, fruit, vegetable, grain, and an 8 oz. milk or juice. Students must choose *at least three* of these components, and one of these MUST be a fruit or a vegetable choice.
 

MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL MEAL PAYMENTS

**Please note: à la carte items may NOT be charged.**  
 
Menus at these schools are posted daily and include 6 to 10 entrée choices. In order to speed up service in the café, it is encouraged to prepay each Monday for meals to be eaten during the week or longer. The account is only charged if a student takes a meal.

The best deal is a Value Meal.  Value Meal components are an entree, fruit, vegetable, grain, and an 8 oz. milk or juice. Students must choose *at least three* of these components, and one of these MUST be a fruit or a vegetable choice.

Prices for September, 2017, GORHAM MIDDLE, Grades 6-8
Eligibility:            Full    Reduced         
Breakfast:              $1.25   FREE
Lunch -                 $2.75   $.40    
Extra 1%White or Skim Milk - $.60       Fat-Free Chocolate Milk - $.60
STAFF AND VISITORS:  $1.50 Breakfast, $4.00 Lunch (adult portion)

Prices for September, 2017, GORHAM HIGH, Grades 9-12
Eligibility:            Full    Reduced         
Breakfast -     $1.25   FREE            
Lunch -                 $3.00   $.40    
Extra 1%White or Skim Milk - $.75       Fat-Free Chocolate Milk - $.75
STAFF AND VISITORS:  $1.50 Breakfast, $4.00 Lunch (adult portion)
 
Gorham School Dining Services Contact List
Michael Sanborn  
Director of Dining Services   222-1231
Melissa Whitaker
Administrative Assistant        222-1375
Laura Scaplen
Gorham High School              222-1196
Lynn Erickson
Gorham Middle School          222-1217
Diana Blanchard
Village Elementary School     222-1316
Raina Lee Cooper
Narragansett Elementary      222-1259
Nancy Aceto
Great Falls Elementary          222-1200
 
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