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TheFairfield Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services Department is committed to providing a variety of appealing and nutritious foods in an environment that is respectful of each student’s needs and differences. Foodservice employees will provide all students the opportunity to reach their maximum learning potential through healthy food choices.
Students are offered healthy, tasteful and appealing choices:
Lunches that are part of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) must meet nutrition guidelines including:
Vegetarianism is becoming popular. We cannot offer menus that meet all the different kinds of vegetarianism; however, we offer the following daily vegetarian options:
Students can select from four meal choices daily:
1. Traditional lunch
2. Alternate lunch
3. Chef Salad
4. Yogurt plate*
*Note: The yogurt plate includes low-fat yogurt, low-fat string cheese, cereal bowl or wheat bagel, vegetables, fruit
and low-fat milk.
Students can select from three lunch lines daily:
A la carte selections such as salads, soups, bagels, snacks and beverages are available daily. Priced separately.
Healthy Vending Machines were added to the cafeterias at Ludlowe High and Warde High. These refrigerated machines are stocked daily with healthy food, beverages and State of Connecticut approved snacks. Students can make nutritious food choices on their own. The benefits of these machines are:
The Fairfield Public Schools uses a point of sale computer system
called Horizon Software International.
Please be sure to check back periodically for updates and more information.
Enjoy your lunch with the Fairfield Public Schools!
Manager of Food & Nutrition Services