A well-balanced lunch is served daily in each of the district's six schools. As mandated by the National School Lunch Program, each lunch offered includes five components: a protein meat or meat alternate, a grain, a vegetable, a fruit, and eight ounces of fat free or lowfat milk. There is a choice of entrees that are available each day, including both hot and cold selections. There are also three vegetable choices, a variety of fresh fruits and fruit juices to choose from, a "dessert" item, and a variety of cold milks. While at least five components are offered each day, your child may choose as little as three foods to complete a meal. A MEAL MUST HAVE A 1/2 CUP OF FRUIT OR VEGETABLES or the meal will be charged as a ala' carte purchase.
The Free and Reduced Breakfast and Lunch Programs are available for low-income families, which adheres to the National Breakfast and Lunch Program guidelines. Apply after July 1st of each school year. You may apply at any time if there are any income change. If you have received a Direct Certification Letter for the 2013-2014 school year from the Food Service Director, you do not need to reapply.
Click here for a 2013-2014 Free and Reduced Application.
School Meals Application for Free and Reduced
Making it faster and easier for families to apply for free or reduced priced meals.
Simply create a new account or sign in for an existing account and in a few short minutes your application will be submitted directly to the Food Service Director.
You’ll receive a custom Pin # to enter and click that your application has been received.
You’ll receive by mail a confirmation letter on your application results.
They are also available in the school office or by contacting Jenelle Himmelreich, Food Service Director at 610-775-5083 ext. 5554.
Do not apply until after July 1st for every school year. You may apply any time during the school year if there is any changes in your income.
If you child has food allergies or other special dietary needs, substitutions may be made, but only when supported by a signed statement by a recognized medical authority. To request food substitutions or report a food allergy, click here.
All Mifflin schools all use a point-of-sale system. This technology allows us to provide debit accounts for purchases and increases the speed of food service to students. Money may be deposited into the account via cash or check. Parents are able to designate what the money can be used for: meals and a la carte items, or meals only.
2013-2014 Lunch Prices:
Secondary Breakfast - $1.50
Secondary Platter - $2.45
Secondary "Mifflin Meal" - $2.65
Note*- Due to school cancelations due to weather, the menu is subject to change.
Senior High School Menu
April - May Menus:
Senior High School Menu
Senior High School Menu
The monthly lunch menus are also available to view and print from the cafeteria sections on each school buildings websites.
Point of Sale
Governor Mifflin School District has a online option that allows you to monitor your children’s lunchtime expenditures and make payments with your credit card. It gives you the capability to view what your children have eaten over the last 30 days. This new program allows the parents to have control of your child's daily puchases.Each child’s account statement is updated continuously so that the information is current. Payments will now be available the same day.
parentonline.net is now available for making online deposits and to make the selections for the purchases that are allowed for your child's meal account. You will also be able to use your credit card to make your deposits. there is a fee of $1.75 per deposit day. If you have more than one child in the District, the fee will be the same amount of $1.75.
There is no fee to create and maintain your child's accounts. You may view the purchasing history as well as be notified for low balances through email.
This technology allows us to provide debit accounts for purchases, and increases the speed of food service to students so they have more time to eat and converse. Parents enjoy the convenience of prepaying for their child’s purchases at whatever level they choose. The point of sale system also eliminates the overt identification of students who are eligible for free or reduced meal benefits.
The System allows you to pay in advance for meals and/or A la Carte items. Students still have the option to pay cash on a daily basis. We urge you to take full advantage of this system by placing money into your child’s account on a weekly, monthly, or annual basis. You choose the amount you want to deposit. Any money not spent by the end of school will be available for your child’s use the following school year. Senior Graduates will be issued a refund at the end of the school year.
We are proud of the quality Food Service Program we offer at GovernorMifflinSchool District, and we do our best to keep our customers, the students happy and well fed. If you have any questions about the Food Service Program at any of Governor Mifflin Schools, you can reach the Food Service Office at (610) 775-5083 ext.5554.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation and marital or family status. (Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TDD).
To file a complaint of discrimination write USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 14th and Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice or TDD). USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.
Food Service Department - 610-775-5083, Ext. 5554
Jenelle Himmelreich, Food Service Director - email@example.com