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New Lunch Payment Program--MySchoolBucks
 
 

Beginning Monday, February 27, 2012, the Dartmouth Public Schools will be implementing mySchoolBucks which will allow parents/guardians to deposit money into an account for their child(ren) to use when purchasing lunch.

Click on the links below to find out more:
Parent/Guardian Welcome Letter Parent/Guardian Setup
Account Information
 





Click on the image above to go to the mySchoolBucks website.



Due to the high number of unpaid food charges the cafeteria program will enforce the new school committee policy (EFD) beginning January 2, 2013. Once a student owes $12.00 at the elementary level and $15.00 at the middle & high school level, the student will receive an ALTERNATE MEAL.
 

The Alternate Meal will be charged at the standard rate and will be provided as follows:
Breakfast 2 slices of wheat toast, fruit and milk.
Lunch A cheese sandwich, fruit, vegetable and milk.
 
 

If you owe money, there is an online payment system available at "myschoolbucks.com", or send payment to the school cafeteria. A payment plan can be arranged by calling the Administration Office at 508.997.3391 ext. 1106

 
School Lunch Program

Children need healthy meals to learn. Dartmouth Public Schools offers healthy meals every school day. Your children may qualify for free meals or for reduced price meals. To apply for free or reduced price meals, use the Free and Reduced Price School Meals application provided below.

We cannot approve an application that is not complete, so be sure to fill out all required information. Return the completed application to: Nancy J. Nowak, 8 Bush St., S. Dartmouth, MA Tel.# 508 997-3391.

FAQ's   Application Instructions Lunch Application

Eat Right When Money's Tight
 
You may be eligible for Food Stamps, even if you own your own home, are working or have a car. There are income guidelines and other requirements, but special rules for families with children under age 19 have made it possible for more families to qualify. For information about Food Stamps and other food resources, call Project Bread's FoodSource Hotline at 1-800-645-8333 or visit their website.

Good Food and a Whole Lot More!
 
Do you have a child under 5? Are you pregnant or breastfeeding? WIC offers families personalized nutrition consultations; checks for free, healthy food; tips for eating well; and referrals for many services that can benefit the whole family. Call WIC Nutrition Program at 1-800-WIC-1007 or visit their website.