Maynard Public Schools

CONTACT INFORMATION

Chris Piercey

(978) 897 - 6100

pierceyc@whitsons.com


MEAL PRICING

Elementary Breakfast $1.50
Elementary Lunch $2.75
Secondary Breakfast $1.50
Middle School Lunch $3.00 - $3.25
High School Lunch $3.50 - $3.75
Reduced Price Lunch $0.40
Milk $0.50
100% Juice $0.50
Water - 8 oz.  $0.50
Water - 16.9 oz

$1.00

Polar Seltzer Flavored

$1.75

Fresh Fruit

$0.50

WG Frito Chips

$1.00

WG Pop Tarts

$1.00

Pop Chips

$1.75

Bagel (a la carte)

$1.00

Bagel with Cream Cheese

$1.50

David's WG Cookie

$.50

WG Goldfish

$0.75

Nutrigrain Bar

$1.50

Cereal

$1.00

Chortles

$.75

Cereal Bar

$1.50

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School Nutrition News

Whitsons Greenleaf Cuisine® Local Day Event at Maynard High School

Whitsons team members from Maynard school district and images of local with farm fresh produce

Team members at Maynard High School held a Whitsons Greenleaf Cuisine® Local Day event, featuring fresh organic fruits and vegetables from Maynard High School’s School Garden and Applefield Farm in Stow, Massachusetts.

The menu for the day featured two salad bars filled with freshly harvested organic produce, pineapple infused barbecue chicken, roasted fingerling potatoes, and fresh grilled vegetables.

Whitsons’ Greenleaf Cuisine® Initiative promotes local farms where produce is harvested from and helps support the Farm-to-School campaign, in an effort to increase student consumption of fruits and vegetables, encourage healthy food choices and increase students’ exposure to healthy and nutritious foods.

“It was great to work with the students and faculty in Maynard throughout the preparing, planting, harvesting and serving of the produce from the school’s garden. The students really enjoyed the experience of having fresh organic local produce from their garden as well as local produce purchased from a farm at the Maynard Farmers Market,” said Chris Piercey, Food Service Director for Maynard School District.

Pictured are: Food Service Director for Maynard School District, Chris Piercey and team members at Maynard High School.