The Mt. Vernon Community School Corporation knows that good nutrition and learning are dependent on each other. Mt. Vernon strives to provide healthy, nutritious meals that meet state and federal regulations and that students enjoy.
- Welcome to the 2018-2019 School Year! Those new to the District may check out the Cafeteria Survival Guide for information about nutrition, building a meal, SchoolPay, and more!
- Sean Copeland with B105.7 FM radio took on a new role helping serve students at the High School during lunch on April 2, 2018! Here's the link to his MV Cafeteria edition of "Sean in the City" video.
Fortville & McCordsville Elementary-7:30-7:45
Mt. Comfort Elementary-7:20-7:45
Middle & High School-8-8:30
Breakfast is served in the Cafeteria Daily
Start your day off right! Here are some reasons to visit the cafeteria in the morning:
Eat Right Article
| BREAKFAST PRICES
| Reduced Breakfast
| LUNCH PRICES
| MVHS & MVMS
| Elementary Schools
| Reduced Lunch
FREE & REDUCED MEALS
After July 24, 2017, any family wishing to apply for meal assistance may do so by logging into Skyward Family Access, opening the Food Service tab and clicking on Applications. Students eligible for free or reduced lunch assistance may qualify for textbook/device rental fee assistance; also watch for textbook rental assistance option in the online application.
SchoolPay is the current system being used for lunch accounts. You may transfer money into your child's account, load funds, and set alerts using this online system. Click here for more information and a link to SchoolPay.
The Food Services Department strives to provide a nutritional menu that meets state and federal requirements as well as healthy food that students enjoy. The MVCSC Food Services staff know that good nutrition is needed to help provide a healthy learning environment.
Please refer to the links below for information about how to build a healthy, reimbursable meal tray.
Easy Build-a-Lunch Flyer
Parent's Lunch Line Guide
FRUIT/VEGETABLE OF THE MONTH
Each month, a seasonal fruit or vegetable will be featured on the Food Services website to help introduce students to new and healthy foods. Nutritional benefits, fun facts, and simple recipes will be highlighted to encourage students to eat a rainbow of fruits and vegetables.
Click to view the Fruit/Vegetable of the Month:
For even more information and fun activities about fruits and vegetables, visit: http://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org
For further food services questions, please contact:
Food Services Director
Doris Johnson - 317-485-3100, ext. 5109 - email@example.com
Food Services Assistant Director
Nina Murzyn, RDN - 317-485-3100 ext. 5114 - firstname.lastname@example.org