Lunch Menus

20-21 COVID Meal Policy

You can manage your family's school meal accounts from - deposits can be made online or at the cafeteria registers

For an application for Free and Reduced Meals please see Kirsteen Patterson in the Business Office or print one at home:
Free & Reduced Priced School Meals Application (print)
Directions for Filling Out Free & Reduced Application

Meal Sense
was created to help parents and guardians obtain nutritionally balanced, free or reduced-price school meals for their children through the National School Lunch Program. On this website, you can learn about the benefits, eligibility requirements and application process for this federal service. The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) allows students whose families meet certain income requirements to receive all school meals including breakfast and lunch for free or at a reduced price.

Nutritious meals help students succeed in school on a daily basis. At Meal Sense, we want to make sure that parents have a quick and simple way to access these benefits. To learn whether you qualify for the NSLP

Please notify the office of any food allergies or special dietary needs.
If you are in need of assistance, please contact Kristin Gentili at (978)-443-9961 ext 3290

State of Massachusetts School Nutrition Regulations for Competitive Foods and Beverages At-A-Glance. This link will direct you to a breakdown of the regulations for the sale of A la Carte items in schools within Massachusetts.  105 CMR 225: Nutrition standards for competitive foods and beverages in public schools

ARAMARK Education is the management company that operates the Lincoln-Sudbury food service program. You can contact ARAMARK's office at L-S at 978-443-9961 ext. 3290 Contact email