Food Services

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

2020-2021 FREE School Meals program

(through June 30, 2021 subject to USDA funding)

Grab and Go Schedule Change Week of January 18, 2021

Due to Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, the Grab and Go schedule for this week has changed.

Meal pick will take place at GHS and SMS on Tuesday (1/19) and Thursday (1/21) between 11:30 am and 12:30 pm.

Free School Meals for all Glastonbury Children

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has approved an extended waiver making all school meals free for every child 18 years and under. Glastonbury Public Schools will provide FREE breakfast (at those schools that offer breakfast) and FREE lunch for all children. This includes children who are present in school, children who are eLearning from home, and children not enrolled in our school system.

For those attending school in-building, there is no action required (no registration) to receive the free meals.

Parents may pick up Grab & Go meals (for children not in-building) on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:30 am –12:30 pm. On Mondays and Wednesdays parents can pick up two days of meals and on Fridays one day of meals. Pick up locations are Smith Middle School (far left of the building) and Glastonbury High School (entrance D, garage door, far left of the building). Social distancing and mask wearing are required at our Grab and Go sites.


  • At this time, in-school breakfast is available in all schools except Buttonball Lane, Hebron Avenue and Hopewell.

  • Due to federal guidelines, free meals must be complete meals. If a child wants only milk or water to have with a meal brought from home, we will need to charge their school meal account.

  • There will be no Grab & Go Meal Meals available on days when school is not in session.

In-School Meals

School meals will be different this year. All meals will be prepackaged. They will be provided in school cafeterias and gymnasiums. In order to minimize personal contact, students will not go through the traditional lunch line nor will they use the pin pad.


Lunch options (including Grab and Go) can be found on our Nutrislice site. The Grab & Go hot option will need to be reheated at home. Breakfast options usually consist of a muffin, cereal or bagel with fruit and milk.

Food Allergies:

With this year’s school meal changes, students no longer enter their ID# into our lunchroom pin pad. Entering the student # displays the student’s food allergies on our register. Therefore, we do not have this extra “checkpoint” capability. If your children have food allergies please be sure to use the filter feature of our Nutrislice menu each week prior to your child receiving a school meal. Keep in mind that at this time:

  • All meals are peanut and tree-nut free.

  • Gluten-free meals are available.

  • Students should indicate the need for a gluten-free meal when lunch counts are taken in the classroom.

Jessica D'Agnese RD, CDN



Cari Tanguay

Administrative Secretary

(Financial Information)


Mary Wilbor




Click the icon for our interactive school lunch menu program.

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2020-2021 Lunch Prices

    • Grades K-6: $3.00

    • Grades 7-12: $3.50

    • Adult Lunch: $4.50

    • 8 oz. Milk: 50¢

    • 8 oz. Water/Juice: 75¢ (elementary schools)

Due to federal guidelines, free meals must be complete meals. If a child wants only milk or water to have with a meal brought from home, we will need to charge their school meal account.

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.

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