All parents should fill out a Free and Reduced Breakfast and Lunch Application and return it to the Mr. Robert Roach, Director of Food Services. This form should be completed whether or not you think you are eligible for the free and reduced breakfast and lunch program , by September 6, 2020. If your child qualifies for free or reduced lunch, they will also qualify for our free and reduced breakfast program. Information on these forms will be confidential and are needed for two purposes: first to determine eligibility for free and reduced lunch and second, as a basis to determine the amount of state and federal education aid our school district receives. Therefore, filling out these forms and returning them in a timely manner has a significant impact on all of the programs offered at Shawsheen Tech. Your cooperation is respectfully requested.
The Shawsheen administration, faculty, and staff look forward to developing sound minds within nutritionally sound bodies this year. Your cooperation with completing and returning the attachments is very much appreciated.
If you have any other questions, please call:
Food Service Director
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