General Information

MSAD 75 Food Services 

M.S.A.D. No. 75 Food Service Program operates using a point of sale (POS) register system. All meals for all students are processed in the same way throughout the schools. If your child qualifies for free or reduced-meal benefit, this information is noted in the computer system; the meal will be processed just as it is for all other students without any special indication.
Students wishing to make a la carte purchases, must have money added to their accounts or bring payment daily. It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to ensure that their children have monies on their accounts and keep a positive balance, or send appropriate funds on a daily basis in order to get food in the cafeteria. Student's with a negative balance will not be allowed to charge.
Students will use a personal identification number (PIN) to access their lunch accounts.  This PIN # will stay the same until he/she graduates. Students will be reminded of their PIN on the first day of school.  New students will be issued PIN #’s on or before the first day of school.
We are happy to provide parents a convenient, easy, and secure online prepayment service to deposit money into your child’s school meal account at any time.  This service provides parents the ability to view account balances, look at purchasing history, and set up low-balance reminders. Setting up an account is free, and you are only charged a fee if you use the online payment option.
You can find the link to, on the schools web page.  There are instructions on how to set up an account on the food service web page. You will need your student ID number (the state number from his/her infinite campus page) and the school zip code.
  • If you have more than one child in the District you can handle all online prepayments from the same online account. 
  • Payments may be made through an existing PayPal account or with a major credit or debit card.
  • In order to use the online prepayment service, a small convenience fee for each transaction will be assessed. The convenience fee is $2.49 per deposit transaction.  Parents placing money into multiple meal accounts will only be assessed the $2.49 fee once per deposit transaction. (M.S.A.D. No. 75 does not profit from the use of this site. This fee originates from the MySchoolBucks services.)
If using a check, place your child’s full name in the memo section.  If using cash, please use an envelope and write your child’s full name & the amount enclosed on the outside. There is a lunch money drop box in the school office for students to drop off payments when they arrive in the morning. The lunch staff will pick it up and put it on your child’s account by lunch! Students may also pay at the time of service, but this is not the preferred method.  By having money in each child’s account prior to entering the cafeteria, the lunch lines move much faster, allowing your child more time to eat and be with friends.
Please refer to the Board Charging Policy, located HERE
It is available on the District website: under the parent’s tab. Students may obtain a monthly menu from the kitchen manager or from their school office. See the food service web page; or contact Katy DiCara, Food Service Director, if you have any questions or concerns.
Elementary Schools: Breakfast program, School Lunch and a la carte milk. 
Middle School and High School: Breakfast program, School Lunch, a la carte Lunch, and a la carte milk.  
Meal Price Breakfast:
Elementary (Full price): Free
Middle & High School (Full price): Free
Free Or Reduced: Free
All Adults: $2.50
Meal Price Lunch:
Elementary (Full price): Free
Middle & High School (Full price): Free
Free Or Reduced: Free                                             
Adult price: $ 5.25
  • If a student requests a second school lunch meal, the cost is $3.50.
  • A la carte prices vary depending on the item.
  • If a student wants milk outside of the meal, he/she will need to pay for it, even if free or reduced. Please note that milk is part of the meal, but must be purchased when not getting the meal. Milk cannot be charged. Milk cost is 50¢ at the elementary and middle school and 75¢ at the high school.
  • Dropped trays are replaced at no additional charge.
Please inform the nurse, with documentation, of any food allergies so we can report them in our lunch system. Please contact the kitchen manager if you feel we need to make special arrangements to support the nutritional needs of your student. For more information, please see the district's Allergy Policy.
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