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                                                                                                              August 2017

Dear Parents,

Fresh Picks Café ( a division of Café Services is proud to announce the introduction of our new digital menu and marketing system for the Farmington School District.

With our new program your community will now enjoy interactive, online access to a wide range of information about and communication with your school nutrition program.

  • Menus are now a comprehensive interactive experience. With a mouse click, families can view pictures and descriptions of menu items, review detailed nutritional information, exclude allergens, add carb counts to menus -- and more!
  • Colorful, inviting banners on your school’s menu website will provide information to families about your school nutrition program’s upcoming

    promotional meals and special events, as well as provide links to useful information and online payment portals.

  • Students and families will be able to provide instant feedback to your school nutrition program through the Rate a Meal feature of the smartphone app and during cafeteria events using the Taste Test pro feature of our system.

  • All the functionality of the web based version of our menu system is available as part of a convenient mobile app. Students and families will be able to access information right through their smartphone...and even be able to ask Amazon Alexa "What's for lunch?"!  

Your school district’s new, customized menu experience is ready for you and your community to explore now! Please download the mobile app from Google Play, the App Store or visit the personalized website at farmington61.nutrislice.com  to begin exploring and enjoying your child nutrition program's enhanced menu experience!


To learn more about the Fresh Picks Café program for this 2017-2018 school year, click here to read more!


















 



 




 







 



 




Meal Prices:
Paid Lunch Valley View Community School       $2.75                            Reduced Breakfast (All schools)       $ .30
Paid Lunch Henry Wilson Memorial                    $2.75                            Reduced Lunch (All schools)            $ .40
Paid Lunch High School                                      $2.75
Paid Breakfast Valley View Community School  $1.50
Paid Breakfast Henry Wilson Memorial               $1.50
Paid Breakfast High School                                 $1.50 
Adult Lunch                                                         $ 3.50   

           

Milk is available with all meals, or may be purchased for $.65

Watch for more information about our After School Meals Program, coming soon!






 


Who should I make my check payable to for my child's breakfast, lunch or a la carte account? Checks should be made payable to: Farmington School District. Checks can be given to any school lunch cashier or can be mailed to Jeff Norcross, Food Service Director, 40 Thayer Drive, Farmington, NH  03835.

Are there other alternative payment options? The most convenient option, and also quickest for students in the lunchroom, is to
pre-pay and have money on account. You can pre-pay online at Mealtime, or with cash or checks made payable to Farmington School
District. Checks should include student first and last name and student ID#.  Cash payments are also accepted during lunch service.
Click here  to learn how to set up an account to pay through a debit deduction to pay for school breakfast and lunch.

Frequently Asked Questions about Free & Reduced Price School Meals:
Click here for frequently asked questions, income guidelines and instructions how to fill out and where to  file your application.

Free and Reduced Lunch Application--School Year 2017-2018:
Click here for application. Please download and print to fill out. Submit your completed application to the SAU Business Office, 35 School
Street, Farmington, NH  03835. 

We look forward to our partnership with the Farmington School District and to provide a great program and becoming
a member of your community. Please feel free to contact our Food Services Director, Jeff Norcross,  at (603) 755-3242 or Farmington@cafeservices.com with questions.

Sincerely,
Jeff Norcross, Food Services Director
Farmington School District

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