2.F-M Food Service

F-M Food Service

The F-M School District believes that one of the most important ways in which we can help our children perform better in their classrooms, is to provide them with the nutrition necessary for the healthy growth of their minds and bodies.

We offer breakfast and/or lunch in our schools every day. We invite all students to show their support for their school food service program through frequent participation.

Our School Meal Program is entirely self-supported through cafeteria sales.  If you have any suggestions or recommendations for the improvement of our program, please contact the School Lunch Manager at 692-1809.

Homemade sheet cakes, cupcakes, and cookie trays are available for classroom parties, birthdays or special events at all buildings. Please call 692-1843 for more information. 

Thank you for your support




mySchoolBucks- Meal Prepayment Program

The district offers parents the option of depositing money directly into their child's school meal account at any time using the secure online mySchoolBucks.com.

To set up your student's account please visit the mySchoolBucks' website at mySchoolBucks.com.

Parents can also use the online system to monitor the foods their students are purchasing. The monitoring function is available even if parents don't use the system to pre-pay for meals.

Meal prices for the 2013-14 school year



Free and Reduced Meals

Please read our Parent Letter to learn more about the program.

For information about the program read the Free and Reduced Meal Guidelines.

To see if your family qualifies check the Income and Family Size Eligibility Chart.

To apply for the program please print and fill out a Free and Reduced Meal Application.



Additional Services

A Breakfast Program is available daily at all elementary and middle schools.

A la Carte selections are available daily at all elementary and middle schools.

All snacks meet Choose Sensibly guidelines.

Other meal options include 
Soup, Sandwich and Daily Specials.



Nutrition Information

Average monthly nutrition information is based on an F-M meal of 1 entree, 2 side dishes, 1 portion of milk, 1 portion of bread and 1 portion of dessert.

Nutrition information for entrees includes calorie, vitamin, sodium, fiber, cholesterol, carbohydrate, and fat counts.



Spotlight Stories

1. 21st Century Learner Attributes

2. All-Sports Booster Club

3. Backstage Backers

4. Board of Education

5. Education Foundation Hall of Distinction

6. F-M Food Service

7. F-M High School named one of the best high schools in nation, earns silver medal

8. F-M is Green

9. F-M Mission Statement

10. F-M Observatory

11. F-M Parent Groups

12. F-M Transportation Department

13. Parent Today

14. School District History

15. School News Notifier

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