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Menus, Value Meals, and Pricing Information

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Meals are FREE to ALL students for the 2021-22 school year! 
The meals are funded by the USDA.

Free Lunch vs. À la carte at GHS & GMS

The Gorham School District will once again provide FREE lunches and breakfasts to ALL STUDENTS during the 2021-22 school year.  The meals include an entrée, small milk or water, fruit and/or vegetable.  Menus are available on the school website and the Dining Services facebook page. 

In addition to these free lunches, the cafeterias in the middle school and high school will offer à la carte items available for purchase!  

These items will include desserts, specialty drinks, snacks, and additional entrees.  The à la carte items must be paid for with funds added to the student’s account prior to the day of purchase.  Funds can be added to the account via PayPams or by cash in a labeled envelope.  Student ID cards will be scanned rather than utilizing the pinpads. 

Any addition questions please contact:  rainalee.cooper@gorhamschools.org



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.

Meals, food and beverages sold and served at schools meet state and federal requirements based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines.   https://www.cnpp.usda.gov/dietary-guidelines


PRICING:  Value Meals FREE to students for the 2021-22 school year 

Elementary School Value Meal Prices
  Full Price Free/Reduced Staff/Visitors
Breakfast FREE FREE $2.00
Lunch FREE FREE $4.50
Milk $0.85 $0.85 $0.85
Middle School Value Meal Prices
  Full Price Free/Reduced Staff/Visitors
Breakfast FREE FREE $2.00
Lunch FREE FREE $4.50
Milk $0.85 $0.85 $0.85
High School Value Meal Prices
  Full Price Free/Reduced Staff/Visitors
Breakfast FREE FREE $2.00
Lunch FREE FREE $4.50
Milk $0.85 $0.85 $0.85

Gorham School Dining Services Contact List
Michael Sanborn  
Director of Dining Services   222-1231
Raina Lee Cooper
Administrative Assistant        222-1375
Anthony Salvaggio
Gorham High School              222-1196
Laura Scaplen
Gorham Middle School          222-1217
Diana Blanchard
Village Elementary School     222-1316
Bonny Charles
Narragansett Elementary      222-1259
Nancy Aceto
Great Falls Elementary          222-1200


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