Food Services

Federally Funded Free Meals Update – September 18, 2020

The school district has recently learned that the federally funded free meal program has been extended until further notice. As a result, the school district will continue to offer breakfast and lunch at no charge to families until available funding runs out.

Students who are attending school in person will have the opportunity to have free breakfast and lunch during the school day. When students return to the buildings, they will be informed of new safety protocols within our cafeterias.

A la carte offerings will not be covered under this federal funding and will be limited at the start of the year. If your child wishes to purchase a la carte items while in school, the cost will be deducted from their student meal account. To minimize interaction between staff and students, no change will be given if your child pays with cash. Any change will be deposited into their student meal account. We strongly urge families to utilize the online TITAN Family Portal to deposit money into their student meal account.

Families are invited to pick up meals at the M-W school building of their choice, Tuesday through Friday, from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Meals are prepared on a daily basis and provide for one breakfast and one lunch per child, per day.

For those families unable to access schools during the midday, meals will also be available for pick up at North Main Elementary and Central Valley Elementary on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. In order to ensure meals are available, parents/guardians are urged to pre-order by email to [email protected].

Finally, if pick up at a school building is not a feasible option, families may contact [email protected] to coordinate home delivery.

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Children with a parent or guardian who becomes unemployed or experiences a loss of household income may be eligible for free and reduced price school meals. You may apply at any time during the school year. We urge you to apply as soon as possible so that eligible students can access breakfast and lunch when school resumes after the extended break. The quickest way to apply is by using the online Titan Meal System.

Free and Reduced Price Meals

Free and reduced-price meals are available to children whose families meet Federal guidelines. Applications can be completed online using the Titan Parent Portal. Applications are also available on the Forms page of the website. Only one application is necessary for each household and may be submitted at any time during the school year.

Information about Free and Reduced Price meals

M-W Titan Meal System is now online for payments to student accounts

The new Titan Family Portal is now open for credit card payments. Families should make student meal account payments directly in the Titan system. The Paypams system has been discontinued.

All balances and transactions have been transferred from Paypams into Titan. Families are now able to view their current account status, monitor student purchases, and make payments directly in the Titan Family Portal. In addition, they can transfer money from one child to another, change spending limits, receive low balance notifications and apply for Free and Reduced Price Meals online.

Families should create a Titan Family Portal if they have not yet done so:

using these instructions:

Titan Family Portal Instructions – English
Titan Family Portal Instrucciones – Español

As always, checks payable to Monroe-Woodbury Food Services or cash payment may be sent to school with your child.

TITAN Family Connect App

Available from Google Play or the App Store, student account information is available on mobile devices for added convenience.


Current month menus in all schools

Contact us

If you have questions regarding your child’s account, please contact the cafeteria manager at your child’s school:

High School: 460-7000, ext. 7041; [email protected]
Middle School: 460-6400, ext.6441; [email protected]
Central Valley: 460-6700, ext. 6741; [email protected]
North Main: 460-6800, ext. 6841; [email protected]
Pine Tree: 460-6900, ext. 6941; [email protected]
Smith Clove: 460-6300, ext. 6341; [email protected]
Sapphire: 460-6500, ext. 6541; [email protected]

If you wish to discuss further, you may contact Food Services at 460-6200 ext. 6248, or email [email protected]​.

Paying for cafeteria meals

Learn more about payment options.

Food services staff provides healthy meals for students.Nutrition Information and Gluten Free Menu Options

The district provides information on available menu items to assist students to eat a healthy breakfast and lunch in the cafeterias…more

Special Dietary Needs

Reasonable Accommodations: Food substitutions and modifications must be made for students with special dietary needs if:

  • a physician’s statement is on file describing the student’s special dietary needs
  • the physician has indicated the substitutions or modifications that the participant requires.

Please complete the Special Dietary Needs Form on the Forms page.

PLEASE NOTE: One form per student must be completed for each school year to keep school records up to date. Call the Food Services Office for more information.


  • Have form signed by the student’s physician or attach a signed physician’s prescription form
  • Return documentation to the cafeteria at student’s school.
  • Once the form is completed and returned, the school will schedule a meeting with the student’s parent and school staff to discuss the diet prescription and the substitutions/modifications necessary to accommodate the student.
Do you have questions, comments or concerns about Food Services? Email them to [email protected].  Response is guaranteed!

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(1) Mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture
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(2) Fax: (202) 690-7442; or

(3) Email: [email protected].

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