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We are proud to partner with Nick’s Place Pizza II for the remainder of school year. Support LOCAL!

Allergens: Wheat and Dairy (Same as previous pizza vendor)


NEW!!! Daily Allergen Boards in Each Building

Our kitchen staff update these boards daily to ensure students/faculty are informed of potential allergens. If an item contains a particular allergen, that menu item will be labeled under the appropriate box (Soy, wheat, egg, etc.). 


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

FBE STAR Awards - Date Extended to December 17th
With your $25 Award donation to the Foundation for Belmont Education, the FBE will send a STAR Award to your honored Belmont Public School teacher, staff member (i.e. teacher aides, school secretaries, custodians, crossing guards, etc.), or a Friend Award to a community member, with your name and personal message. Order by Monday, December 17th [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Dec 14, 2018

National Honor Society Inductees 2018
Ninety-three Belmont High School (BHS) students were inducted into the National Honor Society (NHS). Selection of students for membership is by a faculty council and is based on the criteria of “four pillars” students must demonstrate excellence in: scholarship, service, leadership and character, along with a qualifying cumulative grade point average. Once selected, members are required to continue to demonstrate these qualities through active involvement in school activities and community service and fulfill other responsibilities as outlined in the National Honor Society Constitution. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Dec 11, 2018

FBE - Please Join us in Thanking Our Corporate Sponsors
A Year-End THANK YOU to Belmont Businesses That Support the FBE. Belmont’s history of excellence in education is a direct result of the community’s commitment to supporting our students and educators. During this season of good wishes and appreciation, the Foundation for Belmont Education would like to thank our corporate sponsors whose substantial support helped make 2018 a resounding success. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Dec 07, 2018

Kindergarten Information Night and the Opening of Online Registration for Fall 2019
We are pleased to announce Kindergarten Parent Information Night for School Year 2019-2020: A general information program for parents of incoming kindergartners is scheduled for Thursday, January 24th at 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Chenery Middle School auditorium, 95 Washington Street (snow date Thursday, January 31). All grades, K-12, are open for 2019-2020 registration on the evening of January 24th for students new to Belmont Public Schools. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Dec 04, 2018

2018 Annual Appeal Letter from FBE
As we close out the Foundation for Belmont Education’s silver anniversary year, we are incredibly proud of the important work we have been able to accomplish over the last 25 years. The FBE has awarded a remarkable $3.7 million to the Belmont Public Schools through our Learning Excellence Grants, special initiatives, and professional development programs. These awards have enriched every school and benefited every student in the Belmont Public Schools. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Dec 03, 2018

BHS Team in the Top 16 Competitors for Tenth Anniversary Season of WGBH Quiz Show
Congratulations to our BHS Quiz team, and the entire Belmont High School community on being one of 16 teams that has earned a place to compete on High School Quiz Show Season 10! The top teams advance to compete in the televised, single-elimination, bracketed academic tournament that will determine a state champion. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Nov 30, 2018

74 High School Students Accepted to MMEA Senior District Festival
This past Saturday, November 17, 134 students from the Belmont High Music Band, Chorus and Orchestra programs auditioned for the 2019 Massachusetts Music Educators Association (MMEA) Northeast Senior District Festival. Seventy-four students were selected to participate in the 2019 MMEA-Northeast Senior District Festival Band, Chorus, Orchestra and Jazz Ensemble, which will take place in early January 2019. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Nov 19, 2018

Veterans Day Exercises at BPS Honor the Military
Veterans saluting
Veterans were honored with patriotic songs and poems by Belmont Public Schools students and staff beginning with the Chenery Middle School followed by a visit to Butler and Burbank Elementary Schools on November 9. Bob Upton, Officer of the Day and Belmont Veterans’ Services Officer for Belmont, introduced each veteran and named their branch of service. Hearing the thunderous applause at each school as the veterans entered the school rooms, Upton noted, “You make these guys feel like rock stars, and for that we thank you.” Upton also reminded us this Veterans Day on November 11 has special meaning as the date marks 100 years since the ending of World War I. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Nov 12, 2018

Foundation for Belmont Education Spelling Bee 2018
FBE Spelling Bee Mascot
More than 700 students from kindergarten to grade six competed at the18th annual Foundation for Belmont Education (FBE) Spelling Bee held on November 3 at Chenery Middle School. The Klueless Coyotes team spelled “schism” correctly and became the 2018 winning team. The Klueless Coyotes are sixth graders Billy Hendrickson, William Hou, William Lin, and Anthoney Lou. The runner-up team is Ms. Spellers, comprised of sixth graders Sarah Boss, Abbie Deng, Amelie Kim, and Maya Ramanathan. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Nov 09, 2018

FBE & Subaru – Making a Difference Together
Share the Love Logo.jpg
For a fifth year, Cityside Subaru of Belmont has selected the Foundation for Belmont Education (FBE) to benefit from the Subaru Share the Love fundraiser. This national initiative by the car manufacturer has resulted in donations of more than $120 million to local charities across the U.S. In five years, Cityside Subaru has donated more than $78,000 to the FBE through the Subaru Share the Love program. [read more →]
posted by BPS Web Manager on Nov 08, 2018

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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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