Food Service

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 The following services are offered by Food Services:

À la carte meals - Breakfast
À la carte meals - Lunch
Free & Reduced Lunch Program
Monthly lunch menu
Nutritional analysis
Online meal payments via MySchoolBucks
Recycling Program
Salad bar

Price List


Pricing   Lunch         Breakfast  
  Full Prices Reduced Adult   Full Price Reduced Adult
Middle School $2.70 $0.40 $3.50   $1.60 $0.30 $2.10

A la carte Milk $0.65

Contact Us

ATTN: Food Services
Weare Middle School
16 East Road
Weare, NH 03281

Name: Robin Damone
Phone: (603) 529-8052
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How do I create a Nutrikids account for my child?
MySchoolBucks is your online portal to see information and pay your child's school meals.

  • First - Create an account on MySchoolBucks. Click here to access MySchoolBucks
  • Second - Use your account on mySchoolBucks and add your students. If you have multiple children, you can make multiple deposits for each child during your transaction.
  • Third - Make a payment. The deposit amount can be placed against a credit card, debit card or your checking account. All payments are encrypted and securely processed through the MySchoolBucks website. All payments are quickly credited to your child's account.  

How can I put money into my child’s account?

You may put money into an account by sending cash or a check to school with your child. The money will be deposited in your child’s account at no extra cost. We recommend for speed and convenience making online payments via MySchoolBucks.

What if I have more than one child?
The online system allows you to enter each child separately and indicate how much money goes into the account. If you choose to send cash or checks, send to the appropriate school with the dollar amount specified for each child.

My child has a peanut allergy. Does NutriKids show that?
If we are informed of a child’s special dietary need it will be programmed into the system to alert the lunch personnel.
Please contact Robin Damone at email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 603-529-7555.

What if I forget my pin number?
Please contact Robin Damone at email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 603-529-7555.

What if my child forgets his/her pin number?
First, the PIN number will stay for your child throughout his/her school career. If your child forgets it at lunch, we can look them up by last name or homeroom assignment.

How will I know if the account is low on money?
If it is an older student, we will inform them on the lunch line. Plus for all students an email or a letter will be sent home.

Can I limit how much my child spends?
Yes, you may set a spending limit or not allow any extra purchases at all.

Can my child buy extras using this system?
Yes, money can be used for extras and we can track your child’s spending. If you qualify for free/reduced lunches, you may still add money to an account for extras.

Will cash still be accepted for meal payment?
Yes, at any time for a lunch or extras transaction. Although we recommend having an account, it is MUCH easier for your child

What if my child has a free or reduced lunch?
Free and reduced students MUST reapply for the program each year. Click here for more info on the free-and-reduced lunch program.

If I have money in accounts for multiple children, can I transfer money between these accounts?
Yes, but only by contacting Robin Damone at email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone 603-529-7555.

If I have money remaining in the student accounts at the end of the school year, what happens to that money?
The money will roll over into next year and remain in your child’s account.

If I decide to put money by check into my child’s account, who do I make the check out to?
Checks should be made payable to Weare Middle School.

Food Services - Background

What is Food Services?
Food Service is responsible for any meal prepared within the school. The daily goal is providing everyone who is served with an appetizing and nutritionally adequate meal.

What's for lunch?
A lunch meal calendar is posted a month in advance on bulletin boards in the school and on this website. 

What is NutriKids?
Nutrikids is a Point of Service lunch counting and payment system used by the school's Food Service. It is for all students regardless of payment type - cash, reduced lunch program or free lunch program.. Even teachers and staff members may set up accounts. One of the major advantages is the elimination of lunch tickets. This way all students are privately identified within the computer system as CASH, PREPAID, REDUCED or FREE participants.
Click here for more information on MySchoolBucks. 

Making it easy with Nutrikids' MySchoolBucks
That's right you can set up your child's lunch account and forget about making another manual payment! With scheduled payment options you can customize your account to work for you while keeping your child's account from running out of money.
- Create a payment schedule to automatically add money to the account when it hits a certain balance or
- Set up a recurring payment which automatically funds the account on the day/week/month specified by you

Can I restrict or manage my child's food purchases?
The school's Food Services partners with families to ensure that their wishes are met in regard to their children’s lunch and a la carte purchases. Parents have the ability to request messages appear on the screen for the food service worker as the child enters his/her code.  Below is a sampling of current messages that are used by some families:
* No a la carte allowed unless student pays cash.
* Lunch of day only.
* A la carte only permitted on Wednesday.
* Type 1 Diabetic – ask if he/she has been to see the nurse.
* Snack sales on Monday, Wednesday and Friday only.
If you would like one of the above messages or any other message added to your child’s account, then contact:
Name: Robin Damone

Phone: (603) 529-7555
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What is a free and reduced lunch?
The National School Lunch Act provides reduced-price or free lunches to students based on family income and size. Eligibility is determined via an application process which parents complete and submit each year.
Click here for more information on the Free and Reduced Lunch Program. 

Each student in is responsible for his/her Nutrikids account.  The recommended procedure is to pay in advance for the amount your child may normally spend in one month. If the student balance is getting low, we will inform them on the lunch line. Plus for all students an email or a letter will be sent home.

The procedure concerning accounts with negative balances is as follows:  When a negative balance exceeds $5.00, the student will not be able to take the lunch of his or her choice.  A peanut butter sandwich and milk will be offered and charged to the student account.  If the student has a peanut allergy, an American cheese sandwich will be available.  In order for each student to be able to choose the meal they prefer, parents must maintain a positive balance in the student account.  Also, if there is any negative balance at any time, students will not be permitted to charge “extras.”
Please note that Nutrikids is confidential.  Each student must enter a PIN regardless of meal status or payment option, thus ensuring their privacy.  Please impress to your child the confidentiality of their PIN and they should share it with no one.  This ensures only your child is spending the funds you provided.

Lunch Menu Calendar

Calendar Information
School lunches, including milk, are available daily at school. The lunch menu calendar details the food items scheduled to be served on every school day. The lunch menu calendar starts on August 27th and ends on June 30th of the next year.

Fresh Picks Cafe Lunch Menus
Downloadable copies of the CWUES/WMS breakfast and lunch menus are also available on the Fresh Picks Cafe website.

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Free & Reduced Lunches

What is the Free and Reduced Lunch Program?
The National School Lunch Program supports student nutrition in schools. It provides free and reduced priced meals to children of low-income families before school, during school, after school, and over the summer.

You should know...
If you are eligible for unemployment compensation, your family might also be eligible for free or reduced price school meals.

When can I apply to the Free and Reduced Lunch Program?
Parents should complete an application before October 15 of the school year. If a family experiences a change in financial circumstances, then a parent can apply anytime during the school year.

Who will know if I apply or get enrolled in the program?
Applications and enrollments are kept strictly confidential.

How can I get more information about the Free and Reduced Lunch Program?
A website by the USDA can provide you information about the program.
Click here to access the USDA website.

In addition there is a school resource for the program. Please contact the following person:
Name: Laura Ekberg
Phone: (603) 529-7555
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Where can I get a copy of the application for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program?
Below are the forms for the NSLP Free and Reduced Price Family Meals Application. The NSLP program provides free or reduced lunches for the entire school year to children who are enrolled. The application process is strictly confidential. Enrolled students are not identified when purchasing a meal. There is no cost to the family for applying. There is no cost to the family for being enrolled in the program. If your family needs assistance, then please complete the NSLP application and sent it to the school. We know that a government application form can be difficult to read or complete. If you need help, then contact the school for confidential assistance.

Can I get help on completing the Free and Reduced Lunch Program application?

Yes. Please contact the school resource cited above.