• Director of School Nutrition:  Maureen Thompson - Ext.#1142      
  • Assistant:  Cindy Henderson -  Ext.#1141  
  • Telephone: 626-2468    Fax: 626-2444
  • 40 Pierce Drive, Suite 3, Augusta ME 04330
  • ~ E-mail us ~

Welcome to Augusta School Nutrition!


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SCHOOL YEAR 2021-2022 

Would you like a job working while your kids are in school?
No nights, No weekends, No School Vacations, No Holidays?
Work at your child's school OR at any school ��
*LINK to Non-Teaching Subsititute application below*

FREE Breakfast & Lunch
for ALL Students All Year!

Parent Letter SY 2022   

SNP ONLINE Flyer    

Unpaid Meals Charging Policy

Even though school meals are FREE, we still encourage parents to complete the School Meal Application. This application can help our School District in several ways. There are benefits including decreased or waived testing fees, federal funding to the District, with grant applications, Title 1 Funding and more! 

If you haven't applied for Free/Reduced Meals yet this School Year 
We ask you to please APPLY NOW * Quickly & Easily * in the privacy of your own home with our
Online Application
*New students may not be added to our system when they first arrive at school; please bear with us while while we wait for them to be added.  Once they are in you will be able to complete your application.  

*If you do not have internet access, you can ask your school secretary for a paper application OR call/email the SNP Office 626-2468 ext 1141,   Complete the paper form & return to school with your child OR print an application >Application for Free/Reduced School Meals 
Instructions to complete application

IMPORTANT NOTICE: You may already be "Directly Qualified" as FREE if you have SNAP or TANF benefits, you can check your status before applying at:  Click here to Check   If you are Directly Qualified you do not need to apply.  

Questions on your child's eligibility Email us
or call 626-2468 X 1141 

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 The Augusta School Nutrition Program prepares nutritious breakfasts & lunches daily in all  of our schools. 
Our goal is to provide meals that meet the expectations of all our customers (students, parents, and educators). This is a challenge, one that we take seriously and work hard to achieve.  Communication is vital to our success. Should you at any time wish to share a comment, concern, or suggestion regarding our program, please do not hesitate to contact your school's Kitchen Manager or the School Nutrition Director's Office using the e-mail link at the top of this page or by calling 626-2468  Ext. #1141 or #1142.

Elementary Schools with a high percentage of children eligible for free and reduced price meals may be eligible to participate in the "Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program".   The FFVP provides a fresh fruit or vegetable "sample" for students to try during the school day.
Potential Benefits of the FFVP:
  • Expand the variety of fruits and vegetables children experience
  • Increase children’s fruit and vegetable consumption
  • Make a difference in children’s diets to impact their present and future health
  • This program is seen as an important catalyst for change in efforts to combat childhood obesity by helping children learn more healthful eating habits. The FFVP introduces school children to a variety of produce that they otherwise might not have had the opportunity to sample.

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District Central Office
Phone (207) 626-2468
Fax     (207) 626-2444