Welcome to the Food Service Department. We look forward to serving your children a nutritional and satisfying breakfast and lunch daily.
Please contact the Head Cook in any building if you have any questions, concerns or comments.
Jefferson High School: Deb Trentman, 419-695-1786
Jefferson Middle School: Chris Wisher, 419-692-6466
Franklin Elementary: Janet Klaus, 419-692-8766
Landeck Elementary: Joyce Mohler, 419-695-3185
MealsPlus is a program where a parent/guardian will put money into a student account and the student draws from his/her account at meal time instead of carrying money to the cafeteria each day. Money can be deposited on line or in the school office on a yearly, monthly or weekly basis. Further information can be found under the MealsPlus Document to the right.
Lunch and Breakfast Prices for the 2017-18 school year.
Offer vs Serve Policy
Offer vs. Serve provision of the school lunch program means students are offered five food components each day from within the federally-required traditional lunch pattern. Delphos City Schools offers this to students in grades K-12. All students are encouraged to take all items offered on the meal. However, under Offer vs Serve, students need only take a minimum of three of the five food components offered one of which must be a fruit or a vegetable component. Offer vs Serve allows students to refuse a food item they do not like, encourages freedom of choice, and helps to eliminate waste.
Breakfast is served daily at all buildings except when school is delayed. Students are to come directly to the cafeteria from the bus in the morning.
Free & Reduced Lunches
Free & reduced meal applications are accepted the entire school year.
Grades K-12 can have charges totaling up to 2 lunches. If no money is received after 2 lunch charges, students will be offered a cold cheese sandwich, fruit, veggie, & milk until money is sent in.
Breakfast cannot be charged at any building.