Innovative Educational Programs Tax Credit
The Innovative Educational Programs Tax Credit is an opportunity for Montana taxpayers to receive a dollar-for-dollar credit on their state income taxes, up to $200,000 per year, for donations to public schools in Montana.
Learn more about donating to Innovative Educational Programs at MCPS by visiting the Business & Financial Services webpage.
School Meal Prices 2023-24
How to pay for school meals:
Money - cash or a check - may be dropped off at the front office of the school. Teachers and kitchen staff can also accept cash or checks. Please be sure to provide your student’s first and last name with every payment. Parents may also call 406-728-2400 ext. 3023 or ext. 3027 to pay via credit or debit card.
Families who may need financial assistance can fill out Free and Reduced forms at the following link
Also, look for hard copies of the Free and Reduced information coming home with students in the first week of school.
All MCPS students who would like breakfast or lunch at school will be given a meal, regardless of their meal account status.
For more information about the Breakfast and Lunch Programs, as well as links to Elementary and Middle School menus, please visit the MCPS Food and Nutrition Services webpage.
Click on the K-8 Lunch Menu link to see what's for lunch.A quick update on food service this year:
If you have any other questions, please contact Stacey Rossmiller:
- Breakfast in the classroom and breakfast after the bell are still taking place this year, which will allow us to provide free breakfast for all students, regardless of income status.
- Meal prices increased this year. Lunch prices are; K-5 $3.00, 6-12 $3.25, adult breakfast $3.25, and adult lunch $4.25.
Stacey RossmillerMCPS Food & Nutrition Supervisor915 South Avenue WestMissoula, MT 59801PH: (406)728-2400 ext. 3023FAX: (406)549-0449