Food Service


Nancy Monroe
Food Services Director
Gladstone Area Schools
2100 M-35 Highway
Gladstone, MI  49837
(906) 789-8306
nmonroe@gladstone.k12.mi.us
 
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 Jones & Jr High Cafeteria  Cameron Cafeteria
 susie clark  Susie Clark  jodi lajoie Jodie LaJoie
 deb holm  Deb Holm  clyde lancour  Clyde Lancour
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 Dianna Kelly-Eckberg  brad mcdonald  Brad McDonald
 renee miron  Renee Miron    connie young  Connie Young        
 logo  Rick Neuman    ‚Äč

 

  High School Cafeteria
 logo  Kim Alworden
 dawn belongie Dawn Belongie
 logo  Suzell Eisenberger
 logo Amber Hess-Soderman 
 logo Pam Tauke 



The Gladstone Area Public Schools, has a web page that enables parents/guardians to check their respective students' lunch account balances, load money on accounts, and manage multiple students, all with only one login!

Send Money To School
 
Should you need to know your any other information regarding student's lunch account, please
e-mail Nancy Monroe at nmonroe@gladstone.k12.mi.us
 
Additionally, we also offer parents or guardians the ability to apply for free or reduced-cost lunch benefits conveniently on-line at any time during the year. Should you have any questions about the process, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Free & Reduced Meals Application

 

2018-2019 School Year Federal Income Eligibility Chart 
Household Size Yearly Monthly Weekly
1
22,459 1,872 432
2 30,451 2,538 586
3 38,443 3,204 740
4 46,435 3,870 893
5 54,427 4,536 1,047
6 62,419 5,202 1,201
7 70,411 5,868 1,355
8 78,403 6,534 1,508
Each additional person 7,992 666 154


Wellness Policy

 


 

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