Food Services

Welcome to the Morris-Union Jointure Commission School District Food Service home page!

Breakfast and lunches are provided by Maschio's Food Services.

 MySchoolBucks is a secure online payment service that allows parents to make deposits into their child’s school meal account, view account balances, create payment reminders and review purchase history. If you would like to set up an online payment account, click on the link below to register for a free mySchoolBucks account. You will need your child’s student ID number which can be obtained from the DLC secretary.
 
The MySchoolBucks mobile app allows parents to prepay for school meals, replenish their child’s account, and view recent account activity while on the go. This FREE app is available for Apple iOS and Android (coming soon for Windows Mobile).

Cash and checks are also accepted for payment of school meals. Please remember to write your child’s full name on the check.

You may be interested in filling out an application to apply for free or reduced priced meals. Click on the link and send the completed form to school with your student 16-17 Free and Reduced Application or 16-17 Free and Reduced Application - Spanish. We try to process applications the day they are received. Adjusted meal prices start the day after processing.  Meals purchased prior to processing are fully paid prices.

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SUMMER FOOD SERVICES PROGRAMS

Please see the attached link for a list of sites serving summer meals through the Summer Food Services Programs (SFSP).

SFSP Promo Flyers 2016

 
WELLNESS COMMITTEE
The mission of the Wellness Committee at each of the Morris-Union Jointure Commission DLC’s is to develop good nutrition and healthy living habits among students and staff.  Working hand in hand with Maschio’s – our food service provider - students are encouraged to participate in selecting new menus items for breakfast and lunch.   Wellness Awareness Week in March 2015 was full of fun activities in health, swimming, gym, and the classrooms to increase student awareness at a level they could understand.  The activities have been carried over throughout the rest of the school year to help reinforce the choices that our students can make to be healthy individuals!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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