School Nutrition Department
See May and June Breakfast and Lunch Menus under the School Menus Tab.
NOTE: SKYLINE has a breakfast menu separate from the rest of the District.
Great Falls Public Schools provides healthy, nutritionally balanced meals through its participation in the federal USDA meal program. Families who wish to apply for free or reduced-cost meals may pick up the applications in any school office; applications are also available online through the link below. Families need to complete only one application for their family if they list all of their children on the application. For students transferring to Great Falls school district, please submit a new application.Need to add money to your child's account?MYSCHOOLBUCKS.COM provides a service for parents/ guardians to keep track of their child/ren's account balances. Sign up is FREE.
It also allows parents to put money on accounts by credit card. There is a fee associated with this by the company.
You can also pay at the school with cash or check.
The following information regarding the Great Falls Public Schools request for pricing on food and supplies serves as NOTICE ONLY. To request information and/or submit a proposal, please contact the GFPS School Nutrition Department at 406-268-6047.
Issue Date - Food and Supplies May 13, 2022
Request for Info Cut-Off - Food and Supplies May 20, 2022
Proposal Due Date - Food and Supplies June 24, 2022
Food service contact information:
Jessa Youngers, RD LN
Director of Food Services and Warehouse
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