Brookline Food Services
Whenever there is no school on Monday, the Monday pick-up day moves to Tuesday.
Holiday Pick-Up Schedule
|Holiday||Pick up Date||Alternate Pick-Up Date|
|Indigenous People's Day||Monday, October 12||Tuesday, October 13|
|Professional Development Day||Monday, October 19||Tuesday, October 20|
|Veterans Day||Wednesday, November 11||Thursday, November 12|
USDA announces waiver extension of FREE MEALS for All Students!
Parents do not need to apply to receive free meals. Through June 30, free breakfast and lunch will be available to ALL STUDENTS 18 years and younger, regardless of meal eligibility. We encourage EVERYONE to participate!! (Please note that in order to receive other kinds of assistance, families will still need to submit a "Free and Reduced Meal Application", see below.)
In-Person Students will soon be able to order their meals in advance online - keep an eye out for an email with instructions soon! There will be plenty of breakfasts and various lunches in each school daily, delivered to classrooms.
Remote Students will be able to pick up multiple meals after school on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and Tuesdays when Monday is a holiday - table below:
|Location||Pick-up Time||Pick Up Type|
Brookline High School
|115 Greenough Street||5:00 - 6:00 pm||Pick Up Site|
50 School Street
|5:00 - 6:00 pm||
Pick Up Site
BHA High Street Veterans
|30 New Terrace Road||3:30 - 3:45 pm||Mobile|
BHA 22 High Street
|22 High Street||3:50 - 4:15 pm||Mobile|
|55R Egmont Street||4:25 - 4:35 pm||Mobile|
| Front entrance
205 Beverly Rd
|5:00 - 6:00 pm||Mobile|
|Stedman Street entrance||5:00 - 6:00 pm||Mobile|
Free and Reduced Price Meal Application
In response to the global pandemic, it is now safer and easier to apply for school meals through our new, contact-less online Free and Reduced Price Meal Application.
Please note that the USDA has decided to continue to offer free meals to all students through December, regardless if a family is participating in the "Free and Reduced Price Meal" program or not. However, it is important to submit an application (see steps below), especially if parents need other kinds of assistance. In addition, we do not know if the USDA will continue the waiver through the entire school year.
Your online application will be sent from a secure website directly to The Public Schools of Brookline in a safe and efficient way. We will provide paper applications if necessary, however, we encourage you to use the online application if possible, for everyone’s well-being.
- To apply, simply go to LunchApplication.com and click “Apply Now”!
- You will be required to provide your child's Student Identification Number, which can be found in the Parent Portal.
- If you are having technical problems with the application, use the help link on LunchApplication.com. Any other questions feel free to contact us at Food Services (617.730.2499).