Please note the following information from Food Services

Please note the following from the Food Services Director Al Muhlnickel:

Meal payments

In an effort to limit contact between individuals, Food Services is asking parents to:

  1. Send checks or cash in an envelope for their child’s meal account; OR
  2. Utilize the My School Bucks app for parents to deposit money into their child’s account. Learn more about My School Bucks

Federal Meal Pattern

As part of The Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, the federal government issued new nutrition standards for meals served to America’s schoolchildren, based on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans. For more information on the Dietary Guidelines, visit

Goshen students will be served school lunch in the classroom during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Food Services Department must ensure every child gets the full portion of each meal component.

Students have to be served:


4 components – Milk, Grain (2), Fruit or Vegetable (one item at each meal must be a full portion of fruit or vegetable)


5 components – Milk, Fruit, Vegetable, Grain, and Protein (one item at each meal must be a full portion of fruit or vegetable)

  • Milk choices offered: 1% unflavored, Fat Free, flavored, Fat Free, unflavored
  • Fruit and Vegetable offerings are increased to:
    • Breakfast – all students will be offered a minimum of 1 cup fruit or vegetable
    • Lunch:
      • K-8 students will be offered a minimum of 1/2 cup of fruit and 1/2 cup vegetable
      • 9-12 students will be offered a minimum of 1 cup of fruit and 1 cup of vegetable
    • 5 Vegetable groups must be offered once each week:
      • Dark Green
      • Red/Orange
      • Legumes (dried beans & peas)
      • Starchy
      • Other
    • Students must take at least 1 full portion of fruit or vegetable in order for their meal to be considered COMPLETE and to be charged the meal price according to their status (Paid, Reduced-price or Free)

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