Department of Defense Education Activity

W.T. Sampson E/HS: Food Services

Free and Reduced Meal Program

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NEX Student Meal Program

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Adequate nutrition and lunch provisions promote good health and success in school. The Student Meal Program is administered by the Navy Exchange on behalf of DoDEA. Please find information about meal prices, menus, free and reduced applications, and more at www.mynavyexchange.com/StudentMealProgram.

If additional information is needed please contact your installation School Liaison Officer

*Please note, Guantanamo Bay lunch tickets can only be purchased at the NEX. Tickets may not be purchased online.*


See our District Wellness Policy Here!


Important Notice about Pricing

NEXCOM Announces Changes To Its Lunch Program For Military Children
Changes to Lunch Program for Military children.
Elementary Lunch Program

Lunch Period: 1105- 1145 each day

  • Students may purchase the hot lunch or bring a packed lunch from home.
  • We prefer that students purchase lunch using a lunch ticket;however, cash payment is also acceptable.

 

Notes for Parents

 

The school is not responsible for providing lunch tickets for students. Students who forget their ticket or lunch will be allowed to contact their sponsor/parent to bring them a ticket or a lunch.

Lunch Room Rules and Expectations

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Middle/High School Lunch Program

Lunch Period: 1225 - 1305 each day

Meals are prepared at the elementary school and transported to the middle/high school.

Grades 6, 7, and 8

  • Students MUST remain on campus during lunch time.
  • Meals may be purchased or one may be brought from home.
  • All meals will be provided in the gym.
  • Navy Exchange (NEX) staff will be available for service and accountability.
  • A meal must be selected; items will not be sold a la carte.

Grades 9-12

Students in grades 9-12 must remain on campus and may purchase a USDA meal or bring a lunch from home.