Food Service

Important Menu Update

Last minute menu changes are a possibility this year due to the nationwide food supply chain issues. While it is our intention to serve the posted menu every day at every school, supply issues may cause us to make changes. When changes become necessary, we will communicate at the building level. Online menus may not reflect these changes. We appreciate your patience and understanding at this time. If you have question please reach out to building kitchen staff

Breakfast and Lunch Prices

Breakfast and Lunch are Free for the 2023-2024 school year.
Milk is $.50.

Household Income Report

All Meals are free for the 23-24 school year.  Whitehall Schools still need families to complete the Household Income Report to provide critical data for continued State and Federal funding. Student Education Benefit Form  (print and fill out)


Whitehall District Schools Food Service utilizes Meal Magic to provide convenience and information on school meal accounts.  We are happy to announce that parents can now deposit money on students' meal accounts with NO FEES!

Real Food SEED Project Student Engagement Every Day

The Real Food SEED Project (Student Engagement Every Day) Lynn DeVlieg, Student Engagement Coordinator at Montague Area Public Schools and Whitehall District Schools.  The overall goal of the project is to engage students in creating relationships with real food through farm to school activities in the classroom, cafeteria and community.  Utilizing place-based experiential learning opportunities, interactive presentations and taste testing, SEED helps students make connections to the source of their food, increase their awareness of the seasonality of Michigan fruits and vegetables, and incorporate real food into their diets.  To view district Wellness Policy click here.

Why you Should Support School Breakfast, even if your Kids Eat at Home

Why School Breakfast

Meal Accountability Procedures

This procedure establishes a clear student meal purchasing process that ensures student will have a healthy meal, students will be treated with dignity and foster clear, positive communication for students and parents. More...