Montague Area Public Schools

Food Service Department


The Big Crunch

Montague Area Public Schools took part in a Countywide effort to break the world record for eating the most apples at one time.  The event called the Big Crunch reestablished Muskegon County as World Record holders with over 17.000 students, staff, community members and businesses participating.

 

Pictures of students at the Montague Area Childhood Center getting ready

 


Free and Reduced Application

Complete Free and Reduced Application on-line at www.lunchapp.com

 

Print Free and reduce application and bring to any school office.

Free and reduced application guideline and instructions

Free and Reduced Meals Application

  

  

  

SendMoneytoSchool.com at Montague Area Public Schools 

The district has switched to SendMoneyTo School.com for on-line payments for lunch and breakfast.  Click on link below for more details

dgorman-sendmoneytoschool

 

 


 Menus- View menus on links below:

dgorman -My Plate

 


School Meals Offer Help in Tough Economy

The Free and Reduced School Meal Program has been helping families by offer free or reduced priced breakfast or lunch to families that meet certain guidelines.  ....(read full article)

 


                             School Meals Just Got Healthier

Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year, students can expect benefits from healthier and more nutritious school lunches. Thanks to the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act, major improvements are being made across the country to transform school food and to promote better nutrition and reduce childhood obesity. The new meal pattern will see the following changes:      1.      More fruits and vegetables offered each day.
2. Students MUST select at least one fruit or vegetable each day with their meal.
3. A red/orange vegetable MUST be offered each week, such as
tomatoes, sweet potatoes or carrots.
4.
Salads must be prepared with a dark, green leafy lettuce, such
romaine lettuce or spinach.
5.
Only lowfat white and nonfat flavored milk is to be offered.
6. Dried beans or legumes MUST be offered at least once a week.
7. Calorie levels for the different grade levels will be monitored.
8. Sodium levels for the different grade levels will be monitored.
9. At least ½ of the breads/grains offered each week must be whole
grain.

CONTACT INFORMATION:
231-981-4512
Dan Gorman
Food Service DirectorMontague Area Public Schools4882 Stanton BlvdMontague, MI 49437gormand@mapsk12.org


    

Montague Area Public Schools Food Service Department is committed to providing and serving foods that best enhance our students' academic, athletic and personal performance. Montague Food Service Department prepares breakfast and lunch for over 1000 students daily, preschool through 12th grade. U.S.D.A. guidelines are followed to ensure that our children are offered healthy choices at every age level. Each lunch includes a main entree and side choices of 1% chocolate or white milk, juice, fruit, vegetables and breads. All schools have a salad bar and over a dozen fruit and vegetable choices each day.

Montague Area Public Schools utilizes a debit card system for lunch purchases.  Your child can accesses his/her account with a PIN number.  The program allows parents to prepay student meals.  Parents can also add special instructions to their child's account in order to inform the food service department of allergies and other menu instructions. 

Montague Area Public Schools participates in the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program. Applications are available at each school office, through the food service department. Click here for free and reduced meals application (pdf format). Completed forms must be sent to the Food Service Department. Request for more information can be directed to Dan Gorman at (231)981-4512 or email @ gormand@mapsk12.org.  

 

Helpful links about nutrition:

Mr. Gorman watching good nutrition at Montague Area Public Schools.
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