• We hope you had a wonderful summer and are geared up for the new school year. As you may already know, Maschio's Food Services, Inc. provides food service to your child’s school. 

    We want you to know that we take this responsibility seriously and put your child’s nutrition and well-being above everything. Maschio's is happy to provide your child with nutritious and exciting recipes and menus, vibrant dining environments, and nutritional information and messaging to encourage healthy eating and exercise to maintain a well-balanced lifestyle.

    We'd like to share with you our programs and services for the new school year below.

    If you should have any questions regarding food service at your child's school, please contact Roseann Kelly, Food Services Director, rkelly@cwcboe.org or 973-228-9115 ext. 2018 or contact your school directly.


    Breakfast is served at James Caldwell High School every morning. We feature a variety of breakfast items, including yogurt and fresh fruit. Students may use their Nutrikids/myscchoolbucks account or cash to pay for breakfast. However there is no charging available.

    School menus are posted on the school district website and in the cafeterias (see links on the left side of this page).  Lunch Prices are as follows: Elementary school students: $3.00, Grover Cleveland Middle School students: $3.25, James Caldwell High School: $3.50. 

    Free and Reduced Priced Lunch

    Applications for free and reduced price lunch are available at your school.  Complete one application for all of your children and return it to your youngest child's school as soon as possible.  All students who were eligible for free or reduced lunch last school year, will remain eligible for up to 30 operating days into the new school year or until a new eligibility determination is made, whichever comes first.  After that date, if a new determination is not made, your child will not receive a free or reduced price lunch, and you risk accruing meal charges.  You may submit an application at any point during the school year if your financial circumstances change.

    Food Allergies

    There are a growing number of food allergies and intolerances occurring in children. If your child has allergies, or any special dietary restrictions, please  contact Roseann Kelly, Food Service Director at rkelly@cwcboe.org or 973-228-9115 ext 2018.

    Nutrikids Point-of Sale System

    The Nutrikids Point-of Sale (POS) system benefits you, your child, and the school in a number of practical ways. We hope that you and your student will consider taking advantage of some of these convenient options.

    We use a computerized cash register system to ease the payment process for your child. Here’s how it works:

    • Funds are added to a personal myschoolbucks account using an unique student id provided to you by the school. For more information on myschoolbucks, click here.
    • All students have been assigned an ID number to access their lunch account. This ID number will be like a PIN for an ATM machine. Students will be issued these numbers the week before we start to serve lunch.
    • Students will enter their ID number into a PIN pad at the cashier.
    Know What Your Child Buys For Lunch

    You have the ability to view and print out a copy of your child’s meal purchase history report. This history report will show all the dates and times that your child has purchased lunch within the past 30 days.  Please be advised that when you first create your account, you will only be able to see your child’s history for that day. To view the 30-day history, log out and then sign back in again.


    Healthier US School Challenge (HUSSC)

    The Healthier US School Challenge (HUSSC) is a voluntary initiative established in 2004 to recognize schools participating in the National School Lunch Program that have created healthier school environments through promotion of nutrition and physical activity.

    In alignment with HUSSC, we are committed to serving nutritious meals to your children. This commitment is at the heart of how we deliver on our promise to help students flourish. We encourage students to embrace good eating and healthy lifestyle habits at an early age, and a school’s food and nutrition program plays a big role in this effort. We’re excited about the opportunity to launch these new menus at your school.

    Some features of the menu include:

    • A fruit or vegetable offered every day of the week
    • Fresh fruit and fresh vegetables offered whenever possible
    • Many entrées now offered whole grain
    • Only 1% and skim low-fat white and and 1% chocolate milk are offered.


    Unpaid Meal Charges/Outstanding Food Service Charges

    Please Click Here to view Board Policy 8550 - Unpaid Meal Charges/Outstanding Food Service Charges. 

Last Modified on April 2, 2019