Food & Nutrition

GPS Food & Nutrition Update - as of August 25, 2021

As the district food service program has been preparing to return to a more normal service and menu, we are facing unprecedented issues with the supply chain.  This unpredictability in supplies will cause us to alter our posted menus with little to no notice.  We are working closely with our distributors and manufacturers to secure both the food and supply items needed to support our program. 

While it is our intention to serve the posted menu each day at every school, supply chain issues will not make this possible throughout the school year until the supply chain issues are rectified.  We will always attempt to substitute the scheduled menu item with another that is similar as possible to the extent that we are able to do so.  

Please rest assured that we always provide wholesome and nutritious meals each and every day.

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the GPS Food & Nutrition office at 616.225.1000 ext. 8219. 

Thank You!

Ken Poor 
Director of Food & Nutrition Services

2021-2022 Meal Information
 

Good News


The Food and Nutrition Department is pleased to announce that all GPS schools will once again be participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) as part of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs for the 2021-2022 school year.  This means that ALL students enrolled in the Greenville Public Schools District can receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at NO CHARGE.  Parents are required to fill out the Household Information Report.  Please see the link to the form below.
 

PDF DocumentCEP Parent Letter
PDF DocumentCEP Household Information Report

 

** Universal Breakfast is served every school day free of charge to every student in the district.
** Lunch will also be provided to ALL students in the district at no cost for the 2021-2022 school year.  Second meals purchased will be charged at the costs below:

Lunch:   Elementary $2.75;  Middle School $2.75;  High School $3.00
Adults:   Breakfast $1.50, Lunch $3.75

Note:  When Greenville Public Schools is delayed due to weather conditions, no breakfast will be served.


Legacy Learners: 

Next Meal Pick-up 10/25/2021

GPS is once again offering a meal pick for Legacy students who wish to participate.  Please read the instructions below.

GPS Meal Pick-up Instructions for Online Legacy Learning

 

  • What -  All Legacy students will be provided the opportunity to pick-up a complete breakfast and lunch for each day school is in session.
  • How - Legacy students must complete the online meal pick-up form to reserve meals for each week.  Please complete the form (link below) by the Thursday before meal pick-up. 
  • When - Meal pick-up will take place on Mondays between 1:00-1:30pm.  Meals will not be provided for or distributed on days when the district is not in session. (Please look for updates on alternative pick up days.)
  • Where - Curbside pick-up for all schools will be located at the Greenville High School (111 N. Hillcrest Street), please use the north parking lot - near the lobby entrance. 
  • All meals will continue to be provided at no cost.

Link:  Here is a link to the fillable form - Legacy Meal Pick-up Form

**Please be sure to pick up meals that you sign up for.  This will help to eliminate food waste.  If you are unable to pick up meals on the day that you signed up for, please call the number below.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Ken Poor or Kate Bradley at 616-225-1000 ext. 8219.

2021-2022 Free & Reduced Priced Meal Participants


If you would like to share your meal benefit status to qualify for other programs within the GPS school district, please fill out the Permission to Share form below.

PDF DocumentSharing Meal Benefit Information Form

Note:  A new free and reduced meal application must be filled out each school year. You may apply AFTER July 1st, 2021 for the new school year. 

 

Food & Nutrition

Central Services Facility

1414 Chase Street
Greenville, MI 48838
Kenneth Poor
Director of Food & Nutrition
Kate Bradley
Administrative Assistant

Baldwin Heights

821 W. Oak Street
Greenville, MI 48838
Diane Wilson
Food & Nutrition Bldg Leader
Patricia Ensing
Food & Nutrition Worker
Chelsea Kiste
Food & Nutrition Worker

Camp Tuhsmeheta

10500 Lincoln Lake Rd NE
Greenville, MI 48838
Teri Dykstra
Food & Nutrition Bldg Leader

Cedar Crest

622 S. Cedar Street
Greenville, MI 48838
Rachael Cooper
Food & Nutrition Bldg Leader
Lisa Blumberg
Food & Nutrition Worker
Jennifer Miller
Food & Nutrition Worker

High School

111 N. Hillcrest
Greenville, MI 48838
Melissa Wiess
Food & Nutrition Bldg Leader
Heather Bannen
Food & Nutrition Worker
Alissa Donnelly
Food & Nutrition Worker
Teri Dykstra
Food & Nutrition Worker
Sandra Frueh
Food & Nutrition Worker
Lisa Kienitz
Food & Nutrition Worker
Nancy McKay
Food & Nutrition Worker
Kathy Parsons
Food & Nutrition Worker
Teri Visch
Food & Nutrition Worker
Rachel Wright
Food & Nutrition Worker

Lincoln Heights

12420 Lincoln Lake Rd NE
Greenville, MI 48838
Donna Killgore
Food & Nutrition Bldg Leader
Pamela Lake
Food & Nutrition Worker
Shavonne Smith
Food & Nutrition Worker

Middle School

1321 Chase Street
Greenville, MI 48838
Carolyn Magistri
Food & Nutrition Bldg Leader
Christina Heaton
Food & Nutrition Worker
Doreen Jones
Food & Nutrition Worker
Teresa Krammen
Food & Nutrition Worker
Gail Spicer
Food & Nutrition Worker
Carmen VanSyckle
Food & Nutrition Worker

Walnut Hills

712 N. Walnut Street
Greenville, MI 48838
Michelle Blumberg
Food & Nutrition Bldg Leader
Deborah Jacobsson
Food & Nutrition Worker
Kimberly Mankel
Food & Nutrition Worker

 

 

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