Food Services

Breakfast Survey

The primary goal of North Muskegon Public Schools Nutrition Services Department is to provide students and adults with delicious, well-balanced breakfast and lunch options in a safe, cheerful, and caring atmosphere. Customer satisfaction is very important to us. 

North Muskegon Public Schools operates within the guidelines of the USDA National School Meals Program. The Nutrition Services program is self-funding, which means we operate within a planned food service budget and do not use any general fund monies from the district

NMPS Nutrition Services provides breakfast and lunch following meal patterns required by The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. Items from each food group on USDA's My Plate, including plentiful, locally-grown fresh vegetable and fruit choices, are offered daily to entice the many different tastes of our students.

What can my child expect at meal time? Meals are priced as a combo which includes a protein item, whole grain item, 100% fruit juice, fresh or canned fruit in juice, green salad and other fresh vegetables and milk. To receive combo meal pricing and so NMPS receives much needed federal reimbursement monies for the meal your child should:

  • Choose at least one serving of fresh vegetables, fruits and fruit juice
  • Choose at least 2 more food items from the menu, such as:
    • a protein item (i.e., chicken, hamburger) or protein alternate (i.e., yogurt, cheese)
    • a whole grain item (i.e., dinner roll, bun, pizza crust)
    • 1% white milk or fat-free chocolate milk (provided by County Dairy in New Era)

Eating foods from each of the food groups is the only way to assure students are receiving all essential nutrients.

NMPS Lunch Menu


Student Breakfast and Lunch Prices for 2020-2021

Lunch and breakfast are FREE for students who qualify for Free Meals.
Breakfast is $0.30 and Lunch is $0.40 for those qualifying for Reduced Price Meals.


Full-Price Meal Costs                                     

K-12 - $2.00              
Reduced - $0.30                                                          
Adult - $2.50                                                                                                    

Elementary - $2.85
HS/MS - $3.20
Reduced - $0.40 
Adult - $4.00

Cafeteria Staff

Nutrition Services Director

Michell Liegeois

Kitchen Production Manager

Brenda McPherson


Karen Davidson
Luisa Molitor

Cafe Server

Amanda Lang
Karen Persicke


Michelle Modrow

Noon Aide

Sheri Berge
Tracy Crawford
Sue Hippchen
Khim Rossiter
LeeAnn Willea

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