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In Food News...

Enjoy your summer! We'll be posting a link to apply for Free or Reduced meals some time in late August 2018. 

Take care!



Five essential components must be offered every day: fruit, vegetables, grains, meat/meat alternatives and milk. Students must take 3 out of the 5 to make it count as a reimbursable meal, one of which has to be a fruit or vegetable. If a student arrives at the register with less than 3 items, they may opt to return to serving area for additional items until the requirements are met. Otherwise, items selected will be charged a la carte. This applies to free, reduced and full pay students. In order for free, reduced or paid meals to be eligible for reimbursement, a full meal must be taken. These guidelines are set forth by the USDA and are not adjustable by Belmont Public Schools. More information on Offer vs. Serve is available here. Belmont School's Offer vs. Serve Policy is posted to the right. 

BPS Food Services is proud to announce it’s joining forces with Walden Local Meats based in Burlington, MA. The goal is to feature LOCAL, 100% grass-fed beef and pork items monthly on our lunch menus. All products are sourced within 250 miles. Help us support LOCAL farms and look out for items on the February menus at both the Chenery Middle School and High School. This is what Farm to Table is all about. Here’s a reminder of some of our LOCAL vendors: Iggy’s Bread, Sal’s Pizza and Fantini Bakery. Learn more about Walden Local Meats here.

Available as of July 6th, 2017, Submit Your 2017-18 Free and Reduced Meal Application Online. Click here or the picture below!

Articles for category Belmont District News

Presidents 2018 Volunteer Service Awards
Belmont High School and Chenery Middle School students who did record amounts of volunteer hours were given the President’s Volunteer Service Award, a national campaign to promote and recognize sustained service among Americans of all ages. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Jun 13, 2018

Summer Reading Lists 2018
All students are to read over the summer in preparation for the start of the new school year. Teachers selected these books to interest students and to enrich their literary background. The Belmont Public Library will receive copies of this list. If at all possible, students should purchase copies of their summer reading books so that they can mark them up and use them at the start of school. The theme this year is Libraries Rock! [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Jun 12, 2018

2018 Staff Recognition Day
Wellington School Staff Recognition 2018
The 27th Annual Staff Recognition Day celebrated 76 staff and faculty members of Belmont Public Schools for their years of service ranging from ten to 35. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Jun 04, 2018

School Later Start Times Presentation to the Belmont School Committee
The School Committee was honored to have Dr. Judith Owens, Director of Sleep Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital and an internationally-recognized authority on pediatric sleep, present The Impact of School Start Times on Student Health and Performance at the May 22 School Committee Meeting. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on May 24, 2018

Elementary Modulars for 2018-2019
The School Committee agreed to locate the elementary modulars at the Burbank School at the June 20 meeting. The modular units would not be in place until the 2018-2019 school year. An estimate of work will be presented to Town Meeting in fall 2017 for funding and approval. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Apr 12, 2018

The Belmont Summer Enrichment Program is Back!
The Belmont Summer Enrichment Program is back and better than ever! With courses like Coding: Beyond the Basics and Read it Build it: The Way Things Work and so many more! Take a look at the link for Course Descriptions Booklet at our website! [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Feb 09, 2018

Community Engagement Meetings
Belmont High School Building Committee: Please join the High School Building Committee for upcoming “Community Engagement Meetings”. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Oct 10, 2017

Contact Us

Any suggestions and/or concerns please feel free to contact Mr. Dustin O'Brien, Director of Nutrition:

Nutrition Facts

Interested in browsing the nutritional facts of most items served in Belmont Public Schools? Please go to the following link and click on either Frozen Meat, Frozen Other, Dry Misc, Dairy, Healthy Snacks/Snacks or Zones 3 & 4 for Fantini Bakery. Here is the link!

Offer versus Serve Policy

Nutrition Facts for BPS

 Nutrition Facts for Iggy's Bread

There are a lot of labels so please reach out with questions!

About Us

The Department of Food Service is responsible for providing nutritious meals for students that partake in the lunch offerings. We also provide breakfast at the high school level.

We strive to be ahead of federal and state guidelines concerning the wellness of our students in action as well as policy. We are challenged to serve nutritious and appealing meals on a daily basis. Soda and candy has not been part of the school lunch program for several years. We serve skim and reduced fat milk, control portion sizes, restrict sodium and high caloric foods.

Allergen Alert!

Iggy's BreadIggy's Bread

Products are produced in a plant that processes product which contain Sesame, Almonds and/or Pecans. Please communicate this with your children that on "Iggy's Bread" menu days; we have other bread options available. 

Nutritional Links for Iggy's Bread

Catering Requests

Did you know that the Belmont Food Service Department offers catered items for breakfasts, faculty luncheons, after school student events and more? Take a look at our revised order guide listed below. If interested, please find the order form below and/or contact the Food Service Director for Belmont Schools, Dustin O’Brien.

BPS Catering Order Guide

Catering Request Form

NOTE: All catering requests must be placed and confirmed at least one week in advance. This form can be sent to the food service office at BHS (Room 148A) or emailed to Cancellations must be made 24 hours in advance or full amount will be charged.

Contact Us

  • Administration: 617-993-5400
  • High School: 617-993-5900 
  • Chenery Middle School: 617-993-5800 
  • Butler School: 617-993-5550 
  • Burbank School: 617-993-5500 
  • Wellington School: 617-993-5600 
  • Winn Brook School: 617-993-5700
  • BPS Webmaster: send email
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