TK Food Services provides nutritious and diverse menu choices while striving to provide locally grown items whenever possible. Please click below for our online lunch menus.

 Did you know February is National Cherry Month?
Northwest Michigan is famed as "the Cherry Capital of the World".  Check out our February lunch menus for some exciting Michigan grown cherries!
Cherries: A Healthy Choice
Whether you like them sweet or tart, these deep red fruits pack a healthful punch. Cherries are low in calories and chock full of fiber, vitamins, minerals, nutrients, and other good-for-you ingredients. You’ll get vitamins C, A, and K. Great-tasting and fun to eat, cherries deliver potassium, magnesium, and calcium too. They also bring antioxidants, like beta-carotene, and the essential nutrient choline.

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The new Meal Magic Family Portal will allow you to check balances, add funds online and fill out the Free and Reduced Price School Meals Application, click the photo below to go to the Family Portal.

Family Portal


Click Here for Medical Statement Forms

Student Pricing

K - 12th Grade:  $1.75
MILK:  $ .50
K - 1st Grade:  $2.60
2nd - 5th Grade:  $2.60
6th - 12th Grade:  $3.00
Breakfast: $1.75
Reduced Breakfast: $0.30
Lunch: $2.80
Reduced Lunch: $0.40

Adult Pricing

Adult Breakfast:  $2.75
Elementary Adult Lunch:  $5.15
Secondary Adult Lunch: $5.15
Adult Lunch Feature:  $6.00
Milk:  $0.75

Please fill out our application for Free and Reduced Price school meals. Click button below.

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If your family qualifies for Free or Reduced Lunch, they also qualify for Free or Reduced cost Breakfast. Why is it important to eat BREAKFAST? Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast provides you with the energy and nutrients that lead to increased concentration in the classroom. Studies show that breakfast can be important in maintaining a healthy body weight. There are 21 million US kids receiving free or reduced-priced school lunch; only half of those kids get breakfast, even though they are eligible. Hungry kids can't learn; try school breakfast!
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    • Looking for free lunch this summer?  Please check this out for a list of participating sites.  
      You must be 18 years of age or under to participate. 

Contact Us

Food Service Director:
Jessica Endres

    (269) 795-5409   [email protected]

High School:
Barb Hodgson    

     (269) 795-5424
[email protected]
TKHS Food Safety Plan

Middle School:
Ann Cross

     (269) 795-5479
[email protected]

Page Elementary:
Kristina Sholty

     (269) 795-5504
[email protected]
Page Food Safety Plan

Lee Elementary:
Kim Westra

     (269) 795-5586
[email protected]
Lee Food Safety Plan

McFall Elementary:
Sheryl Haveman

    (269) 795-5563
[email protected]
McFall Food Safety Plan
Early Childhood Center:
     Kathy Lawson
    (269) 795-4580
[email protected]