Welcome to Upper Moreland School District Food Services
UM School Nutrition...Serving Our Future, One Meal at a Time!
Food Services Director - Randi Mongiello 215-830-1522
Please see information below for the Wednesday weekly grocery bundle pick-up and for the on-campus dining menus.
MENUS - On Campus Dining
ALL MEALS ARE FREE FOR ALL CHILDREN 0-18 YEARS OLD THROUGH JUNE 30, 2021
January 2021 Breakfast Menu All Schools
January 2021 Lunch Menus
We are so happy to be able to serve our community for free through the end of the school year!!! This means that all students attending in person session school will be able to eat Breakfast and Lunch everyday for FREE!!!
For kids returning to school in session, we will use a cashless system for our limited snack selections and for any additional meal purchases beyond the full meal option (ex. snacks or additional meal items). Please refer to the Schoolcafe.com link below to add funds to your students account. No additional purchases of snacks or extra meal items will be approved for purchase if there are inadequate funds in the student meal account. No student will be denied a full meal for breakfast or lunch. Please refer to the Meal Charge Procedures for additional information.
CLICK HERE - For more information about prepay through SCHOOLCAFE.COM and to apply for the Free and Reduced Program.
Price Lists - for snacks and a la carte purchases
Grocery Meal Bundle Pick-up Information
Meals are now available for FREE for all children the age of 0-18 years old!!
Choose your Pick-up Location Options through the Google Form:
Upper Moreland High School (main entrance, parent pick-up line)
Upper Moreland Primary/Intermediate School (Front of building at the Cafetorium entrance)
- The meal packs will include four days’ worth of breakfasts and lunches to cover Wednesday, Saturday and the 2 Virtual Days
- Cars will form in a line along the side of the High School or the front entrance of the Cafetorium at the Elementary Center (Intermediate/Primary schools). Once parked at the step of the front entrance, a person from the vehicle will get out of their car and pickup their meals
- Wearing a mask during pick up is mandatory.
- Students do not have to be present at time of pick-up
- Please complete the Google form weekly that is emailed through the school buildings Thursday notifications and sent out as a separate email on Sunday afternoons.
- There is only 1 pick up per child per week
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