Food & Nutrition Services

Serving Healthy Meals for Healthy Bodies & Minds

Hello Triton Families,

Happy Summer! The Triton Food Service Department has been working hard to create a safe and welcoming environment in our kitchens and cafeterias.  Our mission continues to be to provide our students with healthy meals that will support them, both in school and at home.  I want to thank you for participating in our program as it keeps our staff working and our program sustainable.   Menus are posted monthly.

In-School Meals –

While your children are in school this summer, they will receive a free breakfast and lunch. This is provided grab and go style!

Remote Learning Meals –

We are providing Grab-n-Go Meals that contain 7 days’ worth of meals (7 breakfasts & 7 lunches) at no cost for anyone 18 years and under, whether you live in Byfield, Newbury, Rowley, Salisbury or any of the surrounding towns.  Like in-school meals, all the grab and go meals contain freshly prepared, pre-packaged meal components, allowing us to set aside any concerns about added exposure to germs during this pandemic. Further, all handling of food will only be done by ServSafe trained and certified Food Service staff.

Triton’s GRAB-N-GO Meal Service

~ Free For Summer 2021 ~

Available Every Thursday at

Salisbury Elementary School

8:00-9:30 am

100 Lafayette Rd, Salisbury, MA 01952

Triton Middle & High School 8:00-9:30 am

112 Elm Street, Byfield, MA 01922

For ALL children 18 years and under.  NO ID Required. Children Do Not Have to Be Present to Receive Meals.

Questions?  Please contact Sarah Littmann at

[email protected]

Thanks again for all your participation and support in our programs.  We look forward to welcoming your children to our cafeteria.

Sarah Littmann, RD, LDN
Director of Food & Nutrition Services

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