CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Betsy LaBonte
School Nutrition Director
Office Phone: 508.839.5420 x3061
 
Looking for employment as a food service cafeteria worker ?
Accepting applications for substitute workers.
Contact Betsy LaBonte for more information.


 






 
Free & Reduced Meal Inquires
Daniel Gale, Director of Finance
Office Phone: 508.839.5421
Email: galed@grafton.k12.ma.us
 
Whitsons does not see, approve or deny
the application for free or reduced meals. 
We execute the process once completed
by providing you and your child
with free or reduced meals.

MEAL PRICING


Elementary Schools
Breakfast Full Price $1.40
Breakfast Reduced Price $0.25
Lunch Full Price $2.75

Lunch Reduced Price

$0.40

Water 8oz

$0.75

100% Juice (4oz)

$0.50

Assorted Snacks

$0.75 to $1.00 

 

Secondary Schools

Breakfast Full Price $1.45
Breakfast Reduced Price $0.30
Lunch Full Price $3.00
Lunch Reduced Price $0.40
Premium Hot Lunch Full Price (World Market - will be noted on menu) GHS & GMS $3.75
High School Premium Deli Lunch (Boar's Head) Full Price $3.75
High School Premium Deli Lunch (Boar's Head) Reduced Price $0.40

Milk

 $0.50

Bottled Water $1.25
Fiji Water $1.75
Polar Seltzer Water $1.50
Assorted Snacks $1.00 & up

 

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Fuel Your Body and Mind with a Healthy Fooditude

Stay well and load up on natural immunity boosters!

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.

Keeping healthy is important and it isn’t until we fall ill that we realize just how important our immune system is. Unable to be seen by the naked eye, the immune system never stops working. We may take vacations, but our immune system doesn’t. That said, it’s important to give your immune system exactly what it needs in order to work at peak performance.

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.