Breakwater happily offers two community supported lunch options for your children:
Breakwater's Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Café
Next CSA Cafe: Friday, March 22nd
Menu: Soup, salad, and homemade bread! Chicken soup- rice or noddle choices, cream of tomato (vegan), clam chowder, garden salad, fruit salad, homemade baguettes, homemade ice cream sandwiches- GF option available
In 2006 Breakwater’s students engaged in an integrated learning project that led them to actively follow their food from its source to their local grocery stores. Students visited many Community Supported Agricultural farms in the area, and travelled as far as Presque Isle to find organic wheat grown in Northern Maine and Freeport for naturally raised meats. They traveled to Linneus to grind their wheat and baked their own focaccia right in the ovens of Rosemont Market, just a half mile down the road from Breakwater.
Out of this adventure, and their continued volunteer work on local farms, came the student's own desire to showcase Maine grown foods in meals prepared and shared with the school. The CSA Café was born! Since then the Café has become a sustainable, self supporting school-wide project. Each meal is thoughtfully planned and prepared primarily from locally sourced ingredients by children enrolled in the CSA Café Enrichment program. Meals always include vegetarian, gluten free and vegan options. Parents and extended family are always invited and are encouraged to stay and socialize in our fun, relaxed, welcoming environment.
CSA Cafe is a wonderfully popular event! So that we can plan ahead with enough food and seating, an RSVP IS REQUIRED each time you and/or your children plan to attend. Suggested Donation: $5.
Questions? Email Kelly.
Breakwater Parent Connection (BPC) Lunch Program
This year Breakwater is proud to present a NEW in house lunch program for the 2018/2019 school year! Lunches are available for all students Toddler-8th grade. Each week Monday-Wednesday our Chef and Breakwater parent, Cody Strauss, will be preparing meals made with fresh, whole ingredients, organic and locally sourced as often as possible. As we work to raise funds to update our Dan kitchen into a fully operational commercial space, we ask that you provide a donation of five dollars per meal to keep our new program alive.
Lunch order forms can be picked up in the main office or downloaded below.
Order forms should be submitted to the School's main office. Families can submit their suggested donation and pizza payment by submitting a check to the main office made out to the Breakwater Parent Connection (BPC)
Menus: A full detailed menu is available by visiting the lunch program website below. There will always be a vegetarian option and gluten free bread available for sandwiches
Monday: Rotating soup and sandwich
Tuesday: Rotating paninis
Wednesday: A home cooked comfort food meal.
Thursday: We will continue to have "Pizza Thursday" through Portland House of Pizza with pizza slices available for purchase with a separate order form
Separate forms should be filled out for each child. A few days’ notice is appreciated when placing an order or cancelling or swapping a lunch. Remember to consider any upcoming vacations or appointments.
Every effort will be made to offer a lunch credit when your child is out on a field trip or school is closed due to inclement weather, however; it is not possible to offer same day credit for students who are out sick. Credit is available for extended absences. Whatever funds are left at the end of the school year go towards supporting ongoing school projects.
Questions? Contact Cody at firstname.lastname@example.org