Food Service

Welcome to the Food Service Department


ONLINE PAYMENTS - e~Funds for Schools

Tri County Area Schools is pleased to announce that parents are now able to make deposits into their child's account using electronic withdrawal from their checking account or debit/credit card. There is a small service fee for making the online deposits through e~Funds. You may view and make payments using this option.

First time users need to register their information . You will need your students ID #, which can be obtained via your ParentVUE account under Student Info, OR call your students school office.








If you are interested in viewing your child's lunch account information such as account balances, meals eaten, etc. please go to: and follow the prompts to register to view your child's lunch account information. You will need to have a valid email address and must have your child's student ID number.

Online payments can be made through e~Funds at:

If you need assistance or have questions please contact Sherry Wheeler at the Educational Service Center office.
Phone:  616.636.5454, ext.6002


Please click the link below for more information regarding 2021-2022 P-EBT Benefits.  

External LinkPandemic-EBT Information - Click here

P-EBT Reporting Window Info

2021-2022 Food Service Prices

Breakfast & Lunch:  Free to all Students  

Parents are required to complete a Household Survey.  PDF DocumentClick here for form!

Our Interactive Menus

Tri County Schools, in partnership with Chartwells K12, publish breakfast and lunch menus through Nutrislice – an interactive website and free smartphone app. Our school community can access our menus anywhere, anytime.  Click the apple for the menus and see to the right for the directions to the website and menu app.  

Tri County Interactive Menus

The School Lunch Program is operated in accordance with U.S. Department of Agriculture policy which does not permit discrimination because of race, color, sex, age, handicap or national origin.  Any person who believes that he or she has been discriminated against in any U.S.D.A. activity should write tothe Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250