• Montgomery PS
Child Nutrition Program

The Montgomery Public Schools Child Nutrition Department is committed to our children by providing nutritious and satisfying meals, excellent customer service, and promoting nutrition education to develop healthy minds and bodies.

Our Vision
The Montgomery Public Schools Child Nutrition Department is dedicated to ensuring that no child ever goes hungry by providing three nutritional meals each day to our students.

Our Nutrition Program

All meals are served and prepared in accordance with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) guidelines.Menus and Meal Prices

Community Eligibility Program
The Community Eligibility Program (CEP) allows all students in the Montgomery Public School District to receive breakfast and lunch at no cost. No further action is needed by parents to ensure students receive meals at no cost. Community Eligibility 2017-2018

Breakfast in the Classroom
The MPS Child Nutrition Department offers Breakfast in the Classroom at several locations throughout the District.

After School Supper and Snack Programs
The After School Supper and Snack Programs provide a nutritious meal to any child 18 years and under at participating after-school program sites.After School Supper and Snack Programs

Summer Feeding Program
When school is out, meals are in. The MPS Child Nutrition Department offers one of the largest summer feeding programs in the state of Alabama. Meals are provided to all children 18 years and under at no cost. Registration is not required to receive meals. Summer Feeding Program (SFSP)

Students with Special Dietary Needs
The MPS Child Nutrition Department will make every effort to ensure special dietary restrictions are accommodated. Students with Special Dietary Needs

Wellness Policy
MPS District Wellness Policy

 



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