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BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND SNACKS (Chartwells 245-7359)
For families new to the food service this year, and as a reminder for those returning, here are a few guidelines on how the food program operates.
$.55 – Milk
$1.00 – Grab and Go Breakfast. Offered in the morning when students come in.
$2.85 Secondary schools, $2.60 Elementary Schools – the “meal” price includes the main entrée, one 8 oz milk, and a daily
fruit and vegetable selection. The USDA regulations mandate that a “meal” includes a Fruit or Vegetable. If your child chooses
not to take one of these options we must charge the ala carte price of a student lunch for the entrée plus the $.55 for their milk.
Please encourage your children to take a fruit or vegetable with their meal.
#2-Placing Money on Your Child’s School Lunch Account There are two ways:
Go to https://myschoolbucks.com. and register for a free account.
The following steps are imperative to insure money does not get lost.
Check or Cash payment must be put into an envelope or zip lock bag and must be clearly labeled with the following information:
Free & Reduced meal applications may be submitted at any time during the school year. If your child was approved for free or reduced meals last school year and you need assistance again this year please complete a new application (in full) and submit it to your child’s school by 10/1/16.
Students who do not reapply by 10/1/16 will be required to pay the full lunch meal price of $2.60 elementary
Applications for free or reduced milk/lunch programs are available in the office or on the district website http://www3.barringtonschools.org
Parents are encouraged to send in a nutritious snack for mid-morning recess time. Please do not send any glass or pull off metal top containers or carbonated beverages with your child.
All classrooms at Nayatt are “nut-free” zones based on student food allergy needs. Peanut butter/ nut-based food items will not be sold in the school cafeteria (RIGL 16-21-30). There is also a nut-free table in the multipurpose room at lunchtime.
The Nayatt School PBIS Team, under the direction of teacher leaders Mrs. Roberts and Mrs. Codega, revamped Morning Meeting at Nayatt. The PBIS System is a component of the larger social/emotional support system in the Barrington Schools.
The changes have received positive feedback from experts in the field. In fact, the Sherlock Center at Rhode Island College will be featuring the Nayatt School Morning Meeting in their trainings at the center.
The Morning Meeting is led the third graders at Nayatt School. It is an important time of day where the students gather together, talk quietly with friends, and participate in rituals and routines where they commit to their promise to be “safe, respectful, and responsible."
New Family/Student Night-Tuesday, August 22nd, 6:30 PM, at Nayatt School
Nayatt School Meet and Greet-Wednesday, August 23rd
No School on Friday, September 1st, Labor Day Weekend
Nayatt School Open House-Wednesday, September 13th, at 6:30 PM.
Fall Family Fun Night-sponsored by the Nayatt PTO, Friday, September 15th-details to follow