RAYMOND — Superintendent Tina McCoy and School Nutrition Service Director Judy DiNatale are pleased to announce the district’s free or reduced lunch program has been extended through the end of the 2020-21 school year.
Free meals will remain available for students grade K-12 under Federal Emergency Feeding waivers through the remainder of the school year.
More information about the current program can be found here.
Meals for remote learning days and for those who are participating in full-time remote learning can be picked up at Raymond High School, 45 Harriman Hill Road, on Mondays and Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon.
Meals must be preordered by 7 a.m. on Friday the week before pick-up. Orders can be placed through MySchoolBucks.com and parents must place separate orders for each of their students or by calling 603-895-6616 ext. 2345. Families can choose from a three-day package, which includes three breakfasts and three lunches, or a five-day package which includes five breakfasts and five lunches.
All families are strongly encouraged to apply for the free or reduced meals program in order to receive benefits from the program. This includes reduced or waived fees for recreation programs or academic tests, and reduced costs for internet access. The data from the program is also used to determine what funded should be provided to the district, including the Learning Enrichment Afterschool Program (LEAP) and Title 1 programs.
Families must reapply each year in order to be eligible for the program and do not need to fill out separate applications for each student who resides in their household.
Those looking for more information or with any questions, may contact Judy DiNatale as well.