Meal Program

Muskegon Public and Muskegon Heights are delivering cold packed meals to their designated district bus stops. They may add drive through sites but that has not been confirmed as of right now. They are operating under the Summer Food program requirements. They do not have to be their students to receive meals.

Reeths-Puffer Schools 7 days of meals (Breakfast & lunch) will start Wed, March 18 in the High School. 

  • 9a-10a: Last Names A-N
  • 11a-12p - Last Names O-Z
  • 12p-1p - if you missed your time. 

Muskegon-area schools:

In Muskegon County, an estimated 17,000 students receive breakfast and lunch at school. Ravenna Public Schools, a rural district where about half of all students are eligible for free or reduced-cost meals has not publicly released a meal pickup plan as of March 15.

  • Muskegon Heights Public Academy System, where nearly all students are eligible for free meals, will be providing free meals starting at 11:30 a.m on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays along its usual bus route. Two days of meals will be delivered except on Friday which will increase to three days of meals for the weekend. All pickups will be at the 42 bus stops with the exception of door-to-door service for special needs students. The full schedule will be on the Muskegon Heights Tigers Facebook page.
  • Mona Shores Public Schools will provide “grab and go” meals for all students at its high school parking lot from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
  • Muskegon-area district Oakridge Public Schools has 100% of students utilizing the meal program. Food deliveries for Oakridge students are expected to begin Wednesday, March 18, and locations will be posted to the Oakridge Public Schools Facebook page.
  • Muskegon Public Schools will be delivering meals along the bus route starting 11 a.m. Monday, March 16. The plan is to follow the usual bus route, and to add stops for students who typically walk to school. The route will run once per day, but drop off the equivalent of two meals, as well as needed school supplies and worksheets. The bus route can be found on the Muskegon Public Schools Facebook page.
  • Reeths-Puffer Schools will provide a week’s worth of cold meals for pickup in the cafeteria of its high school every Wednesday, beginning on March 18. Special needs student under 26 are eligible to use the meal pickup service as well. Pick-ups will take place according to student last names. Those starting with A-N will pick-up between 9-10 a.m., and O-Z names will pick up between 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Additional pick-ups may take place between 12-1 p.m.