Dear Parents, Guardians, and Students:
Welcome back for another great MVCTC school year! My name is Jordan Greve, and I am the Food Service Director for the Northmont City School District. Northmont Food Service operates the cafeteria facilities at the MVCTC. If you have any questions or concerns regarding food service, please feel free to call our office at 937-832-5055. Have a great 2022-2023 school year!
- What is the price of the school meals? Meal prices are $1.90 for breakfast ($0.30 for reduced-price students) and $3.00 for lunch ($0.40 for reduced-price students). MVCTC students have numerous breakfast, lunch and a la carte options daily. To review our menus go to www.mvctc.com/school-lunch
- How do I pay for school meals? Parents can access PaySchools Central to manage all of their students' account information, view transaction history, set up recurring payments, create spending limits/restrictions, set up low-balance alerts, apply for free/reduced priced meals, and more. We highly encourage parent interaction with this payment software. Money can still be added to a student's account through cash or check in person in the cafeteria
- What if I have low-funds on my account? According to the school's charging policy, students will not be allowed to charge any items in the cafeteria. Parent's can subscribe to low-balance notifications through PaySchools Central.
- How can I qualify for financial assistance? If you need help with meal costs, you can complete a Free and Reduced-Price School Meals Application. An application can be completed online through PaySchools Central. Please follow these instructions found on the MVCTC website to submit an application. If you do not have access to a computer, please contact your principal's office for a copy. Complete the application and return it to Northmont Food Service, 7277 Hoke Road, Englewood, Ohio 45315 QI give it to the MVCTC Cafeteria Manager. Each Application will be reviewed and an eligibility determination will be made within IO working days upon receipt of the application. Notification will be sent through email if provided or mail. Children who do not attend MVCTC should be listed as a member of the household on the application - you will also need to complete a separate meal application for that student with the school district they attend. If you need help with this application, please call 937-832-5061. (Please note that the Free/Reduced Fee Waiver does not apply to MVCTC students.)
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For more information contact:
- Barb Uhls
- Phone #
- (937) 832-5061
- Jordan Greve (Director)
- Phone #
- (937) 832-5061
- Janet Geiger
- Phone #
- (937) 832-5059