*Prices subject to change; Breakfast and Lunch are currently free due to Covid-relief funds
How to Order Lunch
Lunch orders are taken from each homeroom every day. Students who are late to school should let the cafeteria know what their lunch order is once they arrive at school.
Free and Reduced Lunches
Families may apply for Free or Reduced Lunch Benefits at any time during the year. FAQs and an income guideline chart as well as an application are available at the main office.
IF LANGUAGE ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED FOR CIVIL RIGHTS PURPOSES, PLEASE CONTACT THE NH COMMISSION FOR HUMAN RIGHTS AT: 1-603-271-2767, DIAL “0”, ASK FOR AN INTERPRETER.
SI ASISTENCIA DE LENGUAJE ES NECESARIO PARA CIVILES DERECHOS PROPÓSITOS, POR FAVOR CONTACTO CON LA COMISIÓN NH LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS A: 1-603-271-2767, MARCAR “0”, PEDIR UNA INTERPRETER.
How to Pay for Lunch
Payments can be made in cash or by check. Please make checks out to “Chichester Central School” and remember to include your child’s name on the check!
We also have an online payment system, MySchoolBucks.com. You will need to ask the school for your child’s ID number in order to set up your account. In MySchoolBucks.com, you can see purchase history for your child and you can set up auto-payments to add to your child’s lunch account balance when it reaches a certain dollar amount.
When your child gets hot lunch, the amount will automatically be deducted from the account.
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