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
Meals are now available for FREE for all children the age of 0-18 years old!!
Meal pickup location will remain at the front entrance of the Upper Moreland High School.
- The meal packs will include five days’ worth of breakfasts and lunches
- Pick up will continue in the same fashion since March. Cars will form in a line along the side of the High School to the front entrance in the same fashion as pick-up and drop-off of students during the normal school year. 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
For questions or further assistance with ordering, please contact the Food Services Department at 215-830-1519.
Pick up times are as follows:
Tuesday and Thursday from 11- 1 and 4-6
Tuesday (This will include the breakfast and lunch for Monday the following week)
Thursdays (This will include the breakfast and lunch for the Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of the following week)
****Pick up times subject to change over the next few weeks. Details will be explained in the weekly emails through e-communicator and posted on Facebook.
If you require assistance or delivery of meals, please contact Randi Mongiello to receive a delivery consent form through email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-830-1522. Deliveries will be approved on a case by case basis.
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