Breakfast & Lunch Menus
The Meriden Public Schools Food and Nutrition Service Program prides itself on serving nutritious breakfasts and lunches to students and staff in a pleasant, fun and friendly atmosphere. For families who qualify, reduced price and free breakfasts and lunches are provided. Click here to get additional information on applying for free or reduced meals. All meals are planned by a Registered Dietitian, prepared in compliance with the USDA Dietary Guidelines, and meet standards established by the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs.
Meriden Public School Breakfast and Lunch Menus
Menus are now available through our new menu app and website! Download "School Lunch by Nutrislice" on Google Play or the App store or visit meriden.nutrislice.com.
On the app, you can easily view information, images and descriptions about what is on our school menu for breakfast and lunch each day. Stay tuned for future enhancements and detailed nutrition information as we continue to strive and improve health, wellness and education throughout the Meriden Public Schools.
To view our Breakfast and Lunch Menus please click here: meriden.nutrislice.com.
To print the menus, please use Google Chrome or Firefox. The menus will not print when using the Internet Explorer web browser.
Breakfast Available Daily at NO CHARGE for all students
Please continue to support and encourage participation in the school breakfast program that is now available daily at no charge to all students grades K-12. In a 2015-2016 survey completed by over 250 teachers and 2000 students:
- Teachers reported and 87% increase in students attentiveness
- Middle school and high school students reported a 78% increase in attentiveness
Breakfast truly is the most important meal of the day!
2016-2017 School Meal Prices
Breakfast is available at all schools!
Breakfast truly is the most important meal of the day! Meriden Public Schools, one of only ten schools in the country, has received a $135,000 grant from the American Association of School Administrators and the Walmart Foundation to implement additional opportunities for students to receive breakfast outside of the cafeteria. Listen to Assistant Superintendent Mike Grove on Meriden' s progress and commitment to school breakfast and the positive impacts it has on our students.
MOM AND DAD… LOOKING FOR A FAMILY FRIENDLY JOB?
The Meriden Board of Education Food and Nutrition Services Program is seeking substitute cafeteria workers. Substitute cafeteria workers are required to work in all of the schools in the district and perform general food service duties which include: the preparation and serving of meals, cleaning and sanitizing work stations and shelving inventory. Both long term and short term substitute assignments are currently available. For more information and to apply on-line (required) go to: www.meridenk12.org