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Green Mountain 2018 Winter Lunch News

posted Jan 16, 2018, 4:52 AM by Anna Sanford GM STA

We are pleased to announce the introduction of our new Digital Menu program. The name is Nutrislice. This is an all new high tech program that allows everyone to download the free APP to access our menus and for that matter most breakfast and lunch menus in our District.  It can be downloaded to any device, phone, laptop, ipad and so on.   The best part is when you click on any given menu item any and all nutritional information is shown.  This is a great tool for children with medical issues that require this valuable information. With this new system anyone can access our menus anytime from anywhere.  Just go to the website at trsu.nutrislice.com.

Just a reminder we have a breakfast and lunch payment system.  We do not allow charging of any meals.  We do although offer a few ways to access your child’s account and make payment on the account.  First you can create an account on line by going to mymealtime.com and set up your profile.  You will need the account number that I can send you via e-mail upon request.  This will enable you to access your child’s account anytime to observe when they are eating and make payments on the account.  You can also send in a check to the school or cash anytime and we can place it on the account.  I encourage everyone to apply for free or reduced meals anytime during the school year.  You may feel you do not qualify, but the amount a family can earn changes every year so you may qualify and take advantage of a great program.  The forms are even available on the School’s web site.

Our three Jr. Iron Chef teams have been working very hard on perfecting their recipes.  The competition is   March 17th in Essex Jct at the Fair Grounds.  Time is going fast but as far as I can see all three teams have a recipe and are working hard to perfect it. I have sampled a couple of the recipes in their early stages and they are great.  We are hoping being held on St. Patty’s day it will bring us luck.

We are purchasing many local foods here at Green Mt. for our Farm to School Program.  I have purchased 100s of pounds of local beef we use in our meat sauces and any recipe that calls for ground beef.  It by the way is very high quality beef.  As we do at Chester/Andover we also purchase onions, apples, and potatoes, and greens when available.

The first Wednesday of every month we offer our senior citizen luncheon.  We serve at noon.  Please feel free to stop by for a great meal and a great  time with the kids. Feel free to contact me anytime with any questions concerning account balances, or menus,

Cell: 802-952-9133

E-mail jack.carroll@trsu.org

Sincerely, Jack Carroll Food Services


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