CONTACT INFORMATION

Joseph C Stango Jr
Food Service Director
Office: 203.426.7637
Fax: 203.270.6133
Email: Stangoj@whitsons.com

Nicole Demers
Culinary Innovation Specialist
Office: 203.426.7654
Fax:203.270.6133
Email: Demersn@whitsons.com

Brianna Theus
RDN, CDN
Office: 203.270.6117
Fax: 203.270.6133
Email: Theusb@whitsons.com

Jackie Kulikowski
Determining Official
Cafeteria Bookkeeper
Office: 203.270.6134
Fax: 203.270.6133
Email: kulikowskij@newtown.k12.ct.us

MEAL PRICING

Elementary Lunch $2.85
Secondary Breakfast $2.20
Reed Intermediate Lunch $3.10
Middle School Lunch $3.10
High School Lunch $3.35
Reduced Price Lunch $0.40
High School Premium Meal $4.25

Pre-Paid Meals

10 Meals $28.50 / $31.00 / $33.50
20 Meals $57.00 / $62.00 / $67.00
30 Meals $85.90 / $93.00 / $100.50
40 Meals $114.00 / $124.00 / $134.00



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Winter is a season known for many things- blizzards, snow angels, gifts, cold temperatures, hot chocolate, school closings, and sickness. Not to sound pessimistic, but for many of us, it’s just a matter of time before the coughs, sneezes, chills, runny noses, fevers, and sore throats manage to get the best of us.

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Exercise, rest and good nutrition are all vital to keeping your defenses working. There are several nutrients that assist your immune system in fighting off foreign invaders. They are protein, zinc, selenium and vitamins A, C and E. By eating a well-balanced diet, you can ensure adequate intake of all these nutrients and thus, a working immune system.