Welcome to the Passaic County Manchester Regional High
Food Services Page
The PC Manchester Regional High School District Food Services homepage is designed to better inform the residents about the district's food service program. The site includes the district's nutritional policy, links to monthly menus and information on the seamless summer option .
"The Passaic County Regional High School District believes that children need access to healthful foods and opportunities to be physically active in order to grow, learn and thrive, and that good health fosters student attendance and education"
The Wellness Policy / Nutrient Standards for Meals and Other Foods can be found below (PDF format)
The menu for the week for the high school can be found by clicking on this link.
The menu will only show the lunch offerings for the week.
A reminder that Breakfast is offered every morning prior to the start of school. Also please note that starting April 2016 students will be allowed to participate in a "Grab and Go" option. Students will be allowed to select a pre-packaged breakfast to eat, either in the hallways or in their first period (homeroom) class.
Here is a short video explaining the new set-up:
The PC Manchester Regional Board of Education operates a Point of Sales service for its students. The computerized system keeps track of students eligibility for meals (whether they are a free, reduced or paying student).
Nutritious free meals are available for qualifying children and teens 18 and younger while schools are closed during the summer months. Known as the seamless summer option, the PC Manchester Regional Board of Education has decided to participate in this program for the upcoming summer months. Information on when the summer program will run can be found on the document below (Word).
WELLNESS POLICY ASSESSMENT
Below please find a copy of the district's latest wellness policy assessment.
Community Eligible Provision
For the 2016-17 School year the PC Manchester Regional High School has chosen to become a Community Eligible Provision School. What this means is that, for the 2016-17 school year, the district will be providing free breakfast and lunches to all of its students, provided the breakfast and lunch meets the Food Service guidelines. The district is very excited to offer this opportunity to the students of its district. For more information on CEP, please call the district's Business Office.
Below please find a form to be filled out if your child has a food allergy.