Food Service Manager
Free or Reduced Lunches
During the first week of school, lunch applications will be sent home with your child. Breakfast and lunch will be complementary to all students as part of a recent legislative change (see letter from Department of Education). Lunch applications must be completed each school year for many reasons. The information we receive from the applications (names remain confidential) is reported to the federal government and the school’s meal reimbursement rates, federal funding for Title I and other academic resources are determined. Without your help and this information, our school may not qualify for federal funding.
If you have already received a letter stating your lunch status for this school year, you do not need to fill out an application.
If, during the school year, you feel that you may qualify for free or reduced meals, applications are available for download at the link below or at your school office. Please contact the Food Service Manager if you have questions.
We are also accepting lunch applications throughout the summer. Lunch applications can be downloaded, filled out and returned by email to the Food Service Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications can also be printed, completed and mailed to the Food Service Manager at SeDoMoCha, 63 Harrison Avenue, Dover-Foxcroft, ME. 04426 or faxed to (207) 564-3487.
Meals for Students at School
On the days the student attends in school, breakfast and lunch will be offered. Students will sign up with their teachers in the morning as to what they are having for lunch.
Adult Breakfast – $1.50
Adult Lunch – $3.50
Lunch milk for cold lunch students — $.25 for white milk; $.50 for chocolate milk
Snack milk is an optional item that is offered to students in grades K-4 during snack time. The cost is $.25 per milk regardless of lunch status. If you do not want your child to purchase snack milk, please notify the Food Service Manager or your child’s teacher. RSU 68 school kitchens offer fat-free and 1% milk with meals.
Lunch Card Program
Money deposits are accepted each morning. The RSU 68 Food Services Department operates on a cash or check-only basis. No Credit. Checks should be made payable to: RSU 68 Food Services. Please put your children’s names on the memo of your check to ensure proper deposits. Yes, you can write one check and it will be split between your children’s accounts as long as you write their names in the memo.
Want a quick and easy way to add money to your child’s meal account? Use the Lunch Account Login link on this page to add money to their account using a credit/debit card or electronic check. Username and password is required for access and is provided to parents by the Food Service Department upon request.
If your child’s lunch account falls behind, emails or paper notices are sent out weekly to inform parents. Any students owing more than $1.00 will not be able to purchase cold lunch milks or snack milk. If you prefer your child not participate in the snack milk offering, please notify the Food Service Manager or your child’s teacher and a block will be placed on your child’s meal account stopping any additional charges. Please feel free to email the Food Service Manager or call (207) 564-6535 ext. 1118 to check on your child’s account balance or if you have any questions.
School Cancellations or Delays
Ala Carte Snacks
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