Middle High School:
- April 2021 – MHS Breakfast
- April 2021 – MS Lunch (grades 6-7)
- April 2021 – Grab N Go Lunch (grades 8-12)
Curbside Meal Update
As Carver Public Schools begins the transition process to in school learning, the Food Service department will continue to ensure every child has access to safe, nutritious meals, whether attending class in person or learning remotely. Breakfast and lunch will be served in the cafeteria for those students learning in school, however, for all students K-12 learning at home, curbside pick up of meals will only be at Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry.
Starting Monday, March 15, 2021, CES will no longer be offering curbside pickup. All Curbside pickup of breakfast and lunch meal bags will be at Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry, 128 Main St. #2 (look for the Orange Door). For ease and flexibility, Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry has extended their pickup window. The following days and times are now available for all students ages 0-21
Tuesday 11 am – 1 pm
Wednesday 1 pm- 4 pm
Thursday 8 am- 1 pm
Friday 8 am – 12 pm
No sign up needed! Just “knock” on the door.
We are thankful the role Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry will play in protecting and preserving the role school meals play in our community. We hope this option with extended times will accommodate you and your family.
Please reach out with any questions you may have.
District Director of Food & Nutrition Services
FOOD SERVICES DEPARTMENT
Director: Theresa Vernazzaro
Please see the following resources with additional information:
- Free & Reduced Lunches
FY21 Application Directions
FAQs and How to’s
You can apply at any time during the school year for Free and Reduced Lunch. For example, children with a parent or guardian who becomes unemployed may become eligible for free and reduced price meals if the household income drops below the income limit.
- Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
Benefits and Application for Families
The average food benefit is $215 per month for a SNAP household of 2 in Massachusetts. SNAP benefits are calculated based on household size, income, expenses, and other nonfinancial criteria.
- Carver Public Schools: WELLNESS POLICY
- Non-Discrimination Statement