APS Food Services
Information updated on September 1, 2020
The U.S.D.A. has extended its program to provide all children (ages 0-21) with free breakfast and lunches through December 31, 2020. APS Food Services will be sending further information on how the extended program will be implemented at APS in the coming weeks.
- How do I put money on my child’s account?
- Are online payments available?
- What is the difference between the child’s ID number and their PIN number?
- When depositing a check online at SendMoneyToSchool, which number on the check is the routing (transit) number and which is the account number?
- Does my child’s ID number and PIN number change from year to year?
A grab and go style breakfast in a bag will be available for all eligible students at the entry of the building. Lunch will be available to all students in the elementary classroom. School Nutrition staff will bring the lunches to all elementary classrooms in a container choice of options: sandwich, salad, or hot meal. Andover has a new cloud-based touchless POS system for safe pre-ordering. Some assistance from teachers or instructional assistants may be necessary. Teachers or instructional assistants will have access to the cloud-based system as well as parents and students. The containers will be left outside the room with a roster containing the list of students and their respective orders for teachers to bring into the classroom. This model will allow us the 6 feet of distancing necessary with the least amount of disruption to the students and staff. These procedures may also be utilized in middle schools as well, based on availability of spaces for physical distancing. Andover High School will have two areas available for meals at the 6 foot distance required by DESE in the cafeteria and the Dunn Gym. The courtyard can be used, weather permitting.
On at-home learning days, breakfast and lunches will be made available at exits for students to take home. More information can be found on APS Food Services website.