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Shore at a Glance

Lunch Program

Shore’s food service provides morning snacks and lunches. To accommodate a variety of ages and tastes, the lunches offered include daily choices from hot entrees and a salad bar to fruit and sandwich ingredients. Shore's kitchen staff pays special concern to student and faculty dietary needs. Food allergy alerts are posted and the entire campus is nut-free.

Children in Grades 1–9 are provided with morning snacks and lunch. Lunch is supervised by faculty in all grades. Grades 1–5 enjoy rotating to assigned tables throughout the year in the Dining Hall, while older students enjoy greater independence. Students in Grades 6-9 will eat weekly with their advisory group. Ninth graders enjoy the privilege of their own dining area. Kindergarten students go to the Dining Hall to enjoy a family-style meal with their teachers, practicing skills and getting familiar with the food available at Shore. Pre-K students eat in their classrooms; they can bring their own lunches or order a bag lunch from the kitchen through the Lower School secretary. 

Shore's chef works closely with parents regarding individual food concerns such as allergies, diabetes, and vegetarian preferences.