Summer Meal Distribution will end on Wednesday, August 12
Summer Food Assistance Updated July 29, 2020
Glastonbury Public Schools Food Service Department has been approved to continue providing free breakfast and lunch for children in need through August 12. Food assistance is available to all children 18 years old and younger.
The exchange of meals will be done safely and with social distancing in mind. Meals will be placed on a cart by the school staff for parents to pick up. If you see people waiting, please wait in your car or at least 6 feet away from others.
Please email any questions to Food Service Director, Jessica D’Agnese at DAgneseJ@Glastonburyus.org.
Food Assistance Summer Schedule
June 29 through August 12
Mondays and Wednesdays*
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
@ Gideon Welles School, 1029 Neipsic Road, Auditorium/Gymnasium side entrance
*Monday is 2 breakfasts and 2 lunches per child. Wednesday is 3 breakfasts and 3 lunches per child.
Welcome to Glastonbury Public Schools Food Services!
On this site you will find information about our food services program including our breakfast program, school lunches, lunch accounts, and free and reduced lunch program. Please click on the links below for more detailed information. If you have any questions, concerns, comments, or suggestions regarding food services, please contact Jessica D'Agnese at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glastonbury Public Schools is pleased to introduce Nutrislice, an interactive school lunch menu program. Nutrislice offers parents, students, and staff easy-to-use features for reviewing nutrition and allergen information for the foods we serve at lunch.
Healthy School Lunches:
The National School Lunch Program was recently updated and includes new nutrition standards for school meals. Please click here for a brief overview of some of the changes that have occurred in the Glastonbury Public Schools lunch program.
Summer Meals Program:
Childhood food insecurity remains at unacceptable levels across the country and children are most acutely at risk in the summer when they do not have access to school meals. In the summer of 2017 there were 689 sites across Connecticut offering free meals to children 18 years and younger, yet only 1 out of 4 of Connecticut’s children who access school meals accessed the Free Summer Meals.Children ages 18 and younger may visit Open Summer Meals sites anywhere in the state to receive a meal. There is no application, identification or commitment to participate in Summer Meals.