What’s for LUNCH?
Click the link below to locate the lunch menu for your student. We know that a healthy meal is essential for student nutrition. We encourage you to share the menu with your student. Doing so will help them become familiar with their options and be ready to select their choice once at school. If you pack lunch at home, encourage your student to participate in the preparation, creating a life-ready exercise and nutrition awareness.
August Lunch Menus:
- Carey Ridge Elementary School
- Maple Glen Elementary School
- Monon Trail Elementary School
- Oak Trace Elementary School
- Shamrock Springs Elementary School
- Washington Woods Elementary School
- Westfield Intermediate School
- Westfield Middle School
- Westfield High School
You can add money to your student’s lunch account using the School Payment Portal, LunchTime. You will also be able to see what your student has purchased each day for lunch and/or breakfast. On this site, you can choose to limit your student’s purchasing options. For example, if you see that your student is buying multiple cookies every day, you can restrict that. Directions are on the website: Here
Reduced Meal Application
2020-21 applications are now open for Westfield Washington Schools’ Meal Value Plan (MVP), which will help your child/children receive nutritious school meals for free or- at a reduced price, click here. A new application must be completed each school year. You can also come to the Administration Building (1143 E 181st St, Westfield, IN 46074) between the hours of 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM to complete an application on-line. Please feel free to contact Cindy Nicole, Accounts Receivable/Purchase Coordinator (317) 867-8019, or via email at [email protected] Families will be notified by mail once their application is processed.
At Westfield Washington Schools, we do everything possible to ensure that our MVP participants feel no social stigma for applying to the program. Participants and their parents can be confident that all information is kept completely confidential. Countless studies show that children who eat a nutritious breakfast and lunch perform better in the classroom, are tardy/absent less often, and are more attentive throughout the day. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the WWS Food Service office at 317-867-8062. We look forward to serving you during the school year.