Food Menus

In Response to the COVID-19 school closure, we are providing meals to ensure that our youth in the community have access to free healthy meals. 

Frequently Asked Questions Are Posted Below the Meal Service Plan

Our Additional Safety Precautions Are Listed Below

*** May 1rst was School Lunch Hero Day!! ***

*** We are expanding our meal service to include weekend meals given on Fridays!! ***

Important Announcement! We will be closed on Memorial Day. on Friday, May 22, we will be giving out 5 days of meals to carry through Tuesday, the 26th!

Friday May 22nd and Memorial Day Service

School Closure Menu with Service Times & Location

School Closure Meal Plan May 2020

Please Click on the link to download the pdf of the May 2020 School Closure Meal Service

Frequently Asked Questions about the School Closure Meal Service

School Closure Meal Service FAQs 03.30.20

Please Click on the link to download the pdf of the School Closure Meal Service FAQs

School Closure Meal Plan Update Letter to Families

Please click to download the Updates on School Closure Meal Plan Letter to Greenfield families

School Closure Meal Service Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions

Click here to download a PDF of our school closure meal service safety precautions


Menu Information

Menus can be accessed from the drop down menu listed by school.

Dear Parent / Guardian,

Children need healthy meals to learn. Greenfield Public Schools offers a healthy meal every school day! Breakfast is free at all schools!

School lunch prices for the 2019-2020 school year will be:

Pre-K  $0

Gr. K-3rd - Four Corners Elementary School - $2.75 - Newton Elementary and Federal Street - $0

Gr. 4th-7th $ 3.00

Gr. 8th-12th $3.25

Ala Carte snacks are only sold at Greenfield High School

Please note that milk is included with the meal, but students may purchase milk separately for $0.60

We encourage you to file an application for free or reduced meals.

We cannot approve an application that is not complete, and the parent is responsible for any charges incurred prior to the application being approved. Return the application to your child’s school as soon as possible. Approval of an application will become effective on the date that the application is received in the school cafeteria.

Here are answers to some frequently asked questions:

Who can get free or reduced meals?

Children in households getting Food Stamps or TAFN and foster children. Also if your household income is within the limits on the Federal Income Chart, your child may receive free or reduced meals

Will the information be checked?

Yes, we may ask for pro

ly from of of the information that you provided.

If I do not qualify now, may I apply later?

You may apply at any time during the school year, if your household size goes up, your income goes down, or you start receiving Food Stamps, or TAFN. If you lose your job, your children may be able to get free or reduced meals during the time that you are unemployed after you file the application with the school cafeteria.

What if my household size or income changes?

If your children qualify for free or reduced prices based on your income, you must tell us if your household size goes up or down, or if your income goes up by more than $ .50 per month. Call us at 413-772-1334. You may have to fill out another application at this time.

What if I disagree with the school’s decision about my application?

You should talk to school officials. You also may ask for a hearing by calling or writing to: Food and Nutrition Services, Greenfield Public Schools, 195 Federal St. Suite 100, Greenfield, MA 01301, Telephone: 413-772-1334.

If you have any other questions or need help, call 413-772-1334.


Eliza Calkins, Director Food and Nutrition Services

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