Due to the pandemic, the Department of Agriculture is offering a program through the Summer Seamless Program (SOS), where, effective Wednesday, September 2, 2020, all Morris-Union Jointure Commission students attending the DLCs are eligible to receive breakfast and lunch, at no cost, for a limited time. You will be notified when meal charges will resume.
For parents who believe that they qualify for free and reduced meals, it is extremely important that you complete a 2020-2021 Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals. If you completed an Application for 2019-2020 school year, a new Application must be completed. If a new Application is not received by Friday, October 16, 2020 your child's meal status will be changed to full pay and you will be responsible to pay for meals once meals charges resume.
Menus & Order FormsMenus can now be accessed through Nutrislice website. Please follow the attached “Instructions for Nutrislice” to access breakfast and lunch menus. There is one breakfast menu and one lunch menu for both DLCs. The lunch menu lists the age-appropriate calorie limits. ADA Compliant menus are available by selecting “ON” next to Save Ink (Remove graphics and color).Nov 2020 SSO In Person Breakfast Order FormStudents that are virtually learning are eligible to pick up 5 days' worth of grab and go meals each week from the DLC that your child attends. Breakfast and lunch meal prices will be charged to your child's account if they do not qualify for free or reduced meals. You must submit the MUJC Student Pre Order Meal Form by 9:00 a.m. every Friday in order to pick up 5 days' worth of meals for the following week. Meals can be picked up in the Main Entrance of the DLC that your child attends on Monday between the hours of 11:00 and 12:30 p.m. Upon arrival, please ask for the school secretary. You will be asked to sign a sheet indicting that you have picked up meals on behalf of your child. If school are closed on a Monday, you can pick up 4 days' worth of meals on a Tuesday.
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