Need a student ID number to set up a student account? Please contact Becky Tyrrell, , 860.567.0863 ext. 1148.

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Lunch Menus




Warren School  

School Meal Prices


Breakfast - $1.85

Breakfast Reduced - $0.30

Lunch - $3.00

Lunch Reduced - $0.40

Milk - $0.50


Breakfast - $2.10

Breakfast Reduced - $0.30

Lunch - $3.25

Lunch Reduced - $0.40

Milk - $0.50

Free and Reduced Parent Letter — English | Spanish 

Free and Reduced Application

SNAP Information

Husky Information — English | Spanish 

Paying for School Meals:

1. Cash or Check (please include child’s first & last name and Pin Number on memo line)

Please send cash or check in a sealed envelope with the following information: Student’s First and Last Name and Pin Number.  There is a $25.00 fee for returned checks.

2. Prepay for lunches online with MyPaymentsPlus!

Visit or call 1-877-237-0946 to get started. Your student ID# is required for MealpayPlus and can be obtained from EdAdvance Nutrition Services office at 860-567-0863 x 1113.

Please encourage students to remember their 4-digit Pin Number! It makes service much faster!  They can ask one of our friendly cashiers for the PIN Number if they have forgotten it.

Charging Procedures

Parents are responsible for providing lunches or lunch money for their student(s).  Students are allowed to charge up to $10, once they reach the charge limit they will be given an alternate meal consisting of a bagel, yogurt, cheese stick, fruit, vegetable and milk. The alternate meal will be charged to the student’s account.  Students are not allowed to charge ala carte items.  Please consider prepaying meals on your child's account to prevent charging!  

Even if you don’t make payments online, parents are encouraged to create a MyPaymentsPlus account in order to:

  • View student cafeteria balances anytime, from anywhere
  • See what your student is purchasing in the cafeteria
  • Set up alerts so you know when the balance is low
  • The account if free!

View information about MyPaymentPlus here

Lucille Cahill, Wamogo Cafeteria Manager 


Kelly Good, Warren Cafeteria Manager


Sallyann Szczesuil, Goshen Cafeteria Manager


Deanna Amorando, Morris Cafeteria Manager



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