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Food Service

The Governor Wentworth Child Nutrition Team is proud to serve the children of this district healthy and delicious meals.  Not only do we serve breakfast and lunch, we also participate in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program at all seven of our Elementary Schools, and the After School Snack Program at Ossipee School.
All meals meet or exceed the required standards set forth in the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010.  All snacks sold at the Middle School and High School levels meet the standards of the 2019-20 Snacks in School ruling.  Guide to Smart Snacks in school.  
If you have any questions or concerns you may call the Foodservice Office at any time.
‚ÄčKaren Michalski, Director of Food Services
396 S Main St 
Wolfeboro, NH 03894
603-569-2433 kmichalski@sau49.org

Meal Prices                 Breakfast                   Lunch
Elementary                           $1.50                   $2.85
Middle/High School              1.75                      2.20
Adult                                        2.25                     4.00
Reduced                                  0.00                     0.40
Milk               $0.40


SITE SUPERVISOR POSITION OPEN
Middleton Elementary School is looking for an energetic person to supervise the daily preparation and cleaning of the kitchen. This person would also maintain daily records and inventory and should have an understanding of the National School Lunch Program.  They will place and receive orders, prepare meals, cashiering and reports associated with the point of sale software. Reports directly to the Food Service Director or School Principal.  
Health and Dental insurance offered with this position.
Apply online here



 

photo collage of lunchroom foods

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