Nutrition Services

Click on the Grab & Go Meal Tab to the Left For More Information             

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       Pittsfield Schools Nutrition Services
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Welcome to Nutrition Services!

The Pittsfield School Nutrition Program understands that good nutrition and learning go hand in hand!

Our Food Service Program provides students with fresh wholesome appealing foods that meet their daily needs as outlined by USDA Dietary Guidelines for Americans, click on the following link.

At this time, The Pittsfield School Food Service is providing Grab & Go meals to all children 18 and under. For More Information please see our Grab & Go Meal Program tab, listed to the left hand side of this page.

The Pittsfield Schools Nutrition Services is made up of trained food and nutrition professionals that are dedicated to each students' health, well-being and their ability to learn.  Each school cafeteria team prepares and serves meals right in their school kitchen.  We support learning by helping students form healthy habits that will last a lifetime.  School Menus are posted monthly please click on Menu  tab listed on the left hand side of this page.

All Pittsfield Public Schools (Elementary, Middle and High Schools) qualify for free breakfast and lunch under the USDA Community Eligibility Provision

We are very fortunate to qualify for this program and pledge to continue to provide high quality nutritious food to Pittsfield students.

Individual cartons of milk can be purchased for $.40 in all schools.  Only complete meals can be offered at no charge.

Meal applications for free and reduced meals are available for high school students.  Remember to include all family members when completing the meal application.

We also have an online pre-payment system.   This will allow you to access your child’s lunch account.  Go to ; you will need to enter your child’s name, school and date of birth.

Healthy living is all about making healthy choices. Let us know if we can help you and your child on a journey toward a healthy lifestyle                  


Food Heart

       Sylvana Bryan, SNS
       School Nutrition Director                          
       413-448-9739 Fax                                                  


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