Food Service


Concord School District Food Service
Mission Statement

The mission of the Concord School District Food Service Department is to strive to treat all children equally, and provide healthy, varied, well-balanced, cost efficient meals in a safe and pleasant environment.

Upon further consideration, School Nutrition Services, partnering with Concord School District Transportation, will continue to provide meal delivery service for remote learning students. The new schedule, beginning Monday May 3rd, is as follows:

Route A
11:05-11:10 Jennings Drive
11:40-11:45 Meadow Brook Apartments

Route B
10:45-10:50 Royal Gardens
10:55-11:00 Concord Gardens
11:20-11:25 Canton Circle
11:40-11:45 River View Estates

Important Reminder!

Breakfast and lunch meals will continue to be free for all students in school and remote, through the end of the 2020-21 school year.

If you should have any questions, please call the School Nutrition Office at 603-225-0823 or email or

We look forward to serving all students, in school or remote, for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year!

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Not only can you find weekly lunch menus for our meal delivery service plus an area map of all delivery locations, you can also place orders for your student's meals! Feel free to go on and explore the updated site and download the app!

Please note that you can still come to the delivery sites and receive meals without ordering on the app. This is just a fun option for you to try if you wish!


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For questions or comments regarding the Concord School District Food Service Department,
please contact Donna Reynolds, Food Service Director, 603-225-0823 or



In April 2020, the USDA granted a waiver to allow parents to pick up meals for their children at any location providing a remote meal distribution service, due to Covid-19 related operations. 
  1. Meals are intended for children ages 18 years and younger.
  2. Meals are not for adult consumption.
  3. Parents will be asked how many children there are in the household. If there is uncertainty about the number of meals requested, further questions may be asked such as ages of children, first names of children, or which school they attend.
  4. If there is suspicion of fraudulent activity, the School Nutrition Department may share information with CSD administration or law enforcement officials to investigate violations of program rules.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Donna Reynolds, School Nutrition Director at 603-225-0823 or email

Contact Information
 Donna Reynolds
 Business:  225-0823
 Address:  38 Liberty Street
   Concord, NH 03301

 Director of Food Services

 Lisa Bennett
 Business:  225-0823
 Address:  38 Liberty Street
   Concord, NH 03301

 Administrative Assistant

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