Welcome to MSAD 55's Child Nutrition Page!

Questions or comments - please write to  Samantha Wedgewood
Lunch Menus

Adult Price
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Use My School Bucks to get notifications on your child's lunch balance & check to see when they are eating!  Online payments are charged $2.49  transaction fee charged by My School Bucks. SAD 55 does not get any of the transaction fee.  Paying $75 ahead on the student's account does earn the student one bonus lunch meal.
All cash deposits should be in sealed envelopes with the student's first and last name.  Checks should be made payable to:  MSAD# 55 School Nutrition.   

It is our pleasure to serve our students delicious nutritious quality meals.  All students have a PRE-PAY Nutrition Account.  The account is only charged if they take the meal or item.  If they don’t eat, there’s no charge.  My School Bucks is the online portal.  Parents can view balances, make deposits, see menus, track lunch purchases, have e-mail notifications about balances and make payments through the myschoolbucks.com web site.  Students should drop off prepayments in the school caféteria any morning.  Payments can be made by cash or check with the student full name & ID number in the memo area.
Students are limited to $20 in charges.  Students are told  when the account is low and weekly statements are sent home with any student with a low balance in the elementary school. Parents can contact the school nutrition worker at their child's school to obtain their child's balance.  Please be mindfiul of meal times if you call a kitchen.   Students at SVHS and SVMS are told their balances and should let you know when their account is low.  Please sign up with www.MySchoolBucks.com to have low balance information sent to your email account.
Kitchen Contact Person
Telephone Number
Sacopee Valley High Schoo
Pauline Ames
Sacopee Valley Middle School
Barbara Vieira
625-2450  ext. 3146
Sacopee Valley Elementary School
Sharon Foster
625-2490  ext 4406
Please do not hesitate to contact Samantha Wedgewood 625-2490 ext 1143 or via e-mail at swedgewood@sad55.org if you have any questions, comments or concerns.

Smart Snacks are here!  Check out if a product meets at the Snack Calculator

To learn more about school nutrition in Maine check out the Maine School Nutrition Association webpage
Nutrition standards for children are changing - with particular more emphasis on fresh fruits & veggies, as well as whole grains

Healthy eating resources:


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