Food Services

Food Services Administration

Director of Food Service
Beth Julian
610.869.2441 x50500

Cristina Rivera
610.869.2441 x50510

Avon Grove High School
Judy Hoopes

Fred S. Engle Middle
Kathy Bivens

Avon Grove Intermediate
Shary Mason

Penn London Elementary
Anna Mayer





Avon Grove To Go

Avon Grove Food Service is committed to providing students with the tools they need to succeed, including access to nutritious meals.  This year, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has extended a waiver that allows AGSD to provide breakfast and lunch meals to all students, at no cost, for the entire school year!

Students in the Hybrid Educational Model
Students can receive free meals while in school. For remote learning days, TO GO meals can be taken home from school (AGIS & PLE only) or picked up through Avon Grove TO GO, our meal pick-up program. To maintain the integrity of the program, only one option is available to each student, each day. Limited a la carte items will be available for purchase but students must have funds in their meal account.

More information can be found here:  English or Spanish 

Students in the Remote Learning Model
Students can continue to receive free meals through Avon Grove TO GO, our meal pick-up program.

Breakfast and lunch meals are free to AGSD community 18 and under. 

Avon Grove TO GO
Monday & Wednesday


4pm - 5pm


Each To Go Bag will include breakfast and lunch for one day. On Monday, students will be provided with two To Go Bags, two days of meals and Wednesday, students will be provided with three To Go Bags, three days of meals.   Heating and Storage instructions for To Go meals can be found here.

Please find additional information here in EnglishSpanish.

Please contact the Food Service Office with any questions.


Make Good Nutrition a Lifelong Mission

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The Avon Grove School District Food Service Department will provide all students with the fuel their minds and bodies need in order to learn, by preparing and serving nutritious meals in accordance with the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs.

The National School Lunch Program (NSLP) evolved from efforts to assist children in low-income households and was established under the National School Lunch Act signed by President Harry Truman in 1946. The program is monitored by the United States Department of Agriculture and the Pennsylvania Department of Education and all menus must meet the Dietary Guidelines for Americans.

The NSLP is designed to provide students with approximately one-third of the Recommended Dietary Allowances. Menus are planned to limit calories from fat to less than 30% and less than 10% calories from saturated fat. A variety of grains, vegetables and fruits are available daily.

All school cafeterias participating in the National School Lunch Program are meeting tough new federal nutrition standards for school meals. This change is due to the passage of the 2010 Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act passed by U.S. Congress.