Meals for student eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch/Breakfast
Dear Exeter Township School District Families
The schedule for student meal distribution is being modified to align with food supply deliveries, the recent school closing extension, and to limit the risk of COVID-19 exposure as much as we can among our families and food service staff members.
This Friday, March 27th, the District's four school buildings that have been distributing meals will supply meals to students eligible for free or reduced meals for Monday, March 30th and Tuesday, March 31st. Please pick up student meals between 10 am and 11 am.
Starting with the week of March 30th, the District will distribute meals for five days on Wednesday, April 1st at the same five locations and times where distribution took place this week. If the school closing period extends beyond the week of April 6th, the District will maintain Wednesday's as the designated student meal distribution day.
The eligible student(s) will need to be present for the pick up of meals.
The following schools are the designated pickup locations for free and reduced eligible students from 10 am to 11 am:
- Senior high school students will pick up at the Senior High entrance by the cafeteria;
- Junior High and Reiffton students will pick up at the Reiffton Elementary School loading dock area.
- Owatin Creek elementary and Jacksonwald elementary school students will pick up meals at Owatin Creek Elementary Cafeteria entrance.
- Lorane Elementary will pick up meals at Lorane's loading dock area.
The following location is a distribution site for student meals from 10:30 am to 11:30am.
- Antietam Pool, 905 Byram Street, Reading, PA 19606.
Please remember to refrigerate perishable food items.
The District will remain flexible in our endeavors to provide meals from our school buildings to free and reduced eligible students, and from the Antietam Pool to students age 18 and under. Information for families to apply for free or reduced lunch is available on our website, https://www.exeter.k12.pa.us/Page/98. If there are any questions or concerns please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mission StatementTo provide appealing and nutritious foods in a safe, healthy environment that will make a significant contribution to the general well-being of each student to afford them the opportunity to participate in the education process.
- Elementary Menu
- Reiffton Menu
- Jr. High menu
- Jr. High Breakfast March 2020
- Jr. High Lunch March 2020
- Gluten Free Jr. High Lunch March 2020
- Jr. High Breakfast April 2020
- Jr. High Lunch April 2020
- Sr. High Menu
A well- balanced breakfast and lunch are offered daily in each of the six schools. As mandated by the National School Breakfast and Lunch Program, each breakfast and lunch offered includes all the required components: protein, a grain, a fruit, a vegetable, and milk. A meal must have 1/2 cup of Fruit or Vegetable to be considered a complete meal.
Special Dietary Needs/ Food Allergy: If your child has a special dietary need or food allergy, contact the Food Service Department to obtain a " Medical Statement for Students with Special Dietary Needs" form or click here for the form. The form must be completed and signed before substitutions can be made.
Summer Meal Locator
Please click here for more information regarding the 2018-2019 Summer Meal Locator. Please click HERE to see the information provided by the Department of Education concerning the Summer Meals Outreach and Locator.
Your opinions are always helpful and welcome. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Food Service Supervisor - Courtnay Epler, at (ext. 1032) or Tracy Lis at (ext. 1037).
- Elementary Menu
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