The Brunswick School Nutrition Program serves healthy, nutritious meals to students, staff and visitors in four locations. Each day over 1,000 meals are served. All school menus meet USDA requirements.

All students have the option to purchase breakfast, lunch and milk. Elementary menus are sent home with students at the start of every month and are posted online. All menus must meet US Department of Agriculture standards, be highly acceptable for all students, be tasty, be served with a smile, and be prepared in a safe manner.

Students are given choices for entrees at breakfast and lunch. Elementary teachers take a count each morning to see who is eating lunch, not to see who wants which meal. This way, students are free to choose any entree at mealtime. There is a salad bar with fruits, vegetables and condiments available at the food bar at the lunch line. Milk is offered with all meals – 1% white, skim, and skim chocolate.

Children may buy lunch for $3.00 at Brunswick Junior High and High Schools, $.00 for reduced price meals (see below). All elementary school meals are $2.90 per student and $.00 for reduced price meals. Students may purchase a la carte milk for $.50. The cost of breakfast is $2.00 at the high school and junior high school, $2.00 for elementary students, for all paid students; breakfast is free for qualified free and reduced price students.

If a child has a disability, as determined by a doctor, and the disability prevents the child from eating the regular school meal, the school will make substitutions prescribed by a doctor. If a substitution is needed, there will be no extra charge for the meal. Please note, however, that the school is not required to make a substitution for a food allergy unless it meets the definition of disability. Please call your child’s school for further information.