District Food Services

Dear Parents, Students and Staff,

Maschio’s Food Services will be providing a full-service lunch program for the South Hunterdon Regional School District as well as breakfast at LPS and the middle/high school. We look forward to offering the students and staff nutritious lunch options. Please visit shrsd.nutrislice.com for individual school menus.

Lunch payments can be made daily via cash or students may opt to prepay for lunch via our online payment system. Please see our PayForIt Online Payment System Information to sign-up for online payments and account history.

Students may also purchase prepaid meals in increments of 5, 10, 20 or 40 meals via check. Please make checks payable to South Hunterdon Regional School District. You can send in your payment to the school prior to September if desired or drop it off on the first day of school. Please write "Maschio’s" on the envelope.

Maschio’s Food Services, Inc's website is www.maschiofood.com where you can view information about Maschio’s in addition to nutritional information about the products we serve.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Nan Bill in the SHRSD Business Office at (609) 397-0323. We greatly appreciate your cooperation.

Thank you.

Maschio's Food Services, Inc.


Back-to-School Welcome Letters & Price Lists for 2019-2020:
Lambertville Public School
West Amwell Twp Elementary School
South Hunderdon Regional Middle/High School




District Wellness Policy



You can contact our District Food Services Staff by calling 609-397-1672 and selecting your desired option.

If you wish to apply for Free or Reduced Lunch please fill application below and return to the Business Office, to the attention of Nan Bill. Nan can be reached by phone at 609-397-1672 option 3.


Free and Reduced Lunch Program Information:

Free & Reduced Lunch Program Application

Free & Reduced Lunch Program Application (Spanish)
 

POLICY 8550 - UNPAID MEAL CHARGES/OUTSTANDING FOOD SERVICE CHARGES


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