RSU 39 Nutrition Program
Tosha Rogeski - Food Service Director
Caribou Middle School, and Teague Park School
qualify for Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), breakfast and lunch are FREE for all students attending. Studies show that eating breakfast can help math, reading and standardized test scores.
FRESH FRUIT & VEGETABLE PROGRAM
Teague Park and Limestone Elementary Schools qualified for the FFVP(Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Program) this school year. Students attending these schools have FREE fresh fruit/vegetable snacks 2 to 3 times a week! Be sure to ask your student what they had each week!
CARIBOU HIGH SCHOOL
BREAKFAST FOR CARIBOU HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WILL BE FREE
LUNCH PRICE WILL STAY THE SAME AS LAST YEAR - $2.30
RSU 39 chooses to not offer a milk substitute for a child with a medical or special dietary need other than a disability.
USDA does not allow juice to be substituted for milk in school meals. Our schools participate in Offer v. Serve which
means a meal without fluid milk meets the federal requirement for a meal.