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For school year 2023-24, we are joining the Michigan School Meals Program. All students can get one breakfast and one lunch free of charge each day at school. Filling out the Application for Educational Benefits is still important! Your child(ren) may qualify for other benefits like reduced fees at school.



Middle School

High School

Reid Breakfast Menu

 Oaktree Breakfast Menu

 MS Lunch Menu

HS Lunch Menu

Reid Lunch Menu

 Oaktree Lunch Menu

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 GSRP Breakfast Menu

  GSRP Lunch Menu


Hot Lunch

Dear Goodrich Families:

For the school year 2023-24, we are joining the Michigan School Meals Program. All students can get one breakfast and one lunch free of charge each day at school. Filling out the Application for Educational Benefits is still important! Your child(ren) may qualify for other benefits like reduced fees at school. Your application may also help the school qualify for education funds, discounts, and other meal programs.

Our school offers healthy meals each day.  Our daily menus will be posted by building on our district website, before the school year begins, under the Food Service Department tab. We look forward to the students returning and participating in the breakfast and lunch program.

Megan Burny
Food Service Director



For some families, based on the information you gave on your Application for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals, your child may qualify for other programs. For the following programs, we must have your permission to share your information. Sending in this form will not change whether your children get free or reduced-price meals and your information will only be shared with the programs you select.

Pay to Participate (Athletics and Clubs). 
Programs that provide food support (weekend backpacks, holiday meals, etc.). 
Programs that provide field trip support (reduced rates or scholarships for field trips). 
Programs that provide school supplies or assist with school fees (filled backpacks and supplies from the requested supply list, testing fees). 
Programs that provide holiday support (meals, holiday gifts, opportunity for children to shop for gifts at no cost).



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Food Service Application

Hot Lunch
The Breakfast and Lunch program will be FREE for all students for the 2023-2024 school year.

It is important for ALL families to fill out the Free and Reduced Application!
Fill Out the Application



BREAKFAST IS AVAILABLE AT SCHOOL! Mornings can be really crazy...the alarm doesn't go off...the kids don't want to get up...there is no time to eat breakfast before the bus comes...or they're just not ready to eat! Or maybe your teenager grabs a soda and a candy bar on the way to school. If this sounds like your house in the morning, we can help. Breakfast is served at school every day school is in session!

Why choose School Breakfast?
School breakfast will give your child a healthy start to the day. Students who eat breakfast have better attention and memory (1), and studies show that eating breakfast at school results in higher test scores (2). Hungry children are more likely to have discipline problems. However, teens who eat regularly are less likely to be suspended from school (1). Kids who participate in the School Breakfast Program are late or absent from school less often (2).

Breakfast at school is affordable!
If your student qualifies for a free or reduced price lunch, he/she also qualifies for a free or reduced price breakfast, with no additional paperwork. A reduced price breakfast is $.30 cents and a full price breakfast is $2.00 per student.   Breakfast selections include whole grain rich items, fresh or canned fruit, 100% fruit juice and low fat or fat free dairy products. You can't find a healthy breakfast at such a low cost anywhere else.


Goodrich Area Schools is serving school meals that meet tough new federal nutrition standards, ensuring that meals are healthy, well balanced and provide students all the nutrition they need to succeed in school.

School meals offer milk, fruit and vegetables, proteins and grains, and they must meet strict limits for saturated fat and portion size. Also, lunches will meet additional standards requiring:

  • Age-appropriate calorie limits
  • Larger servings of fruit and vegetables (students must take at least one serving with each meal)
  • A wider variety of vegetables including dark green, red/orange, and legumes
  • Fat free flavored milk and fat free or 1% white milk
  • All whole grains
  • Less sodium


Breakfast All Schools $2.00

Reduced Breakfast .30

Reduced Lunch .40

Elementary Lunches $3.00 & $3.25

M.S. and H.S. Lunches $3.00 & 3.75


Megan Burny
Food Service Director
Goodrich Area Schools
[email protected]

High School Cafe

Alisa Pool - Manager
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Middle School Cafe

Lavonne Hipps - Manager
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Oaktree Cafe

Kelly Gill - Manager
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Reid Cafe

Cathy Stoner - Manager
[email protected]


Build a healthy plate

Before you eat, think about what goes on your plate or in your cup or bowl. Foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low-fat dairy products, and lean protein foods contain the nutrients you need without too many calories. Try some of these options.

  • Make half your plate fruits and vegetables.
  • Switch to skim or 1% milk.
  • Make at least half your grains whole.
  • Vary your protein food choices.
  • Keep your food safe to eat - learn more at

Cut back on foods high in solid fats, added sugars, and salt

Many people eat foods with too much solid fats, added sugars, and salt (sodium). Added sugars and fats load foods with extra calories you don't need. Too much sodium may increase your blood pressure.

  • Choose foods and drinks with little or no added sugars.
  • Look out for salt (sodium) in foods you buy - it all adds up.
  • Eat fewer foods that are high in solid fats.

Eat the right amount of calories for you

Everyone has a personal calorie limit. Staying within yours can help you get to or maintain a healthy weight. People who are successful at managing their weight have found ways to keep track of how much they eat in a day, even if they don't count every calorie.

  • Enjoy your food, but eat less.
  • Cook more often at home, where you are in control of what's in your food.
  • When eating out, choose lower calorie menu options.
  • Write down what you eat to keep track of how much you eat.
  • If you drink alcoholic beverages, do so sensibly - limit to 1 drink a day for women or to 2 drinks a day for men.

Be physically active your way

Pick activities that you like and start by doing what you can, at least 10 minutes at a time. Every bit adds up, and the health benefits increase as you spend more time being active.
Note to parents: What you eat and drink and your level of physical activity are important for your own health, and also for your children's health.

You are your children's most important role model. Your children pay attention to what you do more than what you say.

You can do a lot to help your children develop healthy habits for life by providing and eating healthy meals and snacks. For example, don't just tell your children to eat their vegetables - show them that you eat and enjoy vegetables every day

My School Bucks


You may make prepayments to your child's meal account online here!


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