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WELCOME BACK K-6!
School meals will are available FREE to all students! Please be sure to scroll down to visit our Menu page.
TMHS & WYNN Curbside meals will be available for students that are still in hybrid session until 4/26/21.
REMOTE LEARNING Curbside meals will continue to be available to all students at the Wynn School -- note time change for 4/28/21 to 2:30 to 3:30
Please feel free to contact the office at 978-640-7800, X212 if you have any questions.
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Fantastic news! The USDA has extended a waiver to allow TPS to provide meals for all students free for school year 2020/21. We are still encouraging our households to fill out a Free/Reduced Meal application because the benefits do not stop at just free school meals. If qualified, you can ensure your student's meal benefit throughout the school year. Please click link http://www.schoolnutritionandfitness.com/index.php... to download the application and return to your child's school or direct to Food & Nutrition Services, 139 Pleasant Street, Tewksbury, MA 01876
PLEASE BE SURE TO ALERT YOUR SERVER IF YOU HAVE A FOOD ALLERGY
2020-21 School Meal Prices
Lunches include at least five meal components and a variety of fruits & vegetables.
Menu subject to change
Every effort has been made to include all nutrient information and allergens, however changes occur; all product labels are always available in the school kitchen.
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