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Breakfast & Lunch is served at Penn High School.


  • Penn Breakfast  (Updated August 1, 2023)

    • Penn Breakfast is served in the IMC


  • Lunch Week 1 (Updated January 8, 2024)

  • Lunch Week 2 (Updated January 8, 2024)

    • The lunch menus will rotate between Weeks 1 & 2 throughout the school year



Click Here for Information on our Summer Food Service Program

CLICK HERE to fill out a new application for Free / Reduced Lunch. 


*Due to nation-wide supply shortages, meals could be subject to change. Products or menu items are being substituted when a school kitchen runs out of any particular item. School kitchen staff are trying to make sure that the students have their first choices available, but that may not always be possible. If a student has a specific dietary need, the family is welcome to fill out a special diet form that can be obtained from the school nurse or click here to download it off our website, and then there will be a full meal waiting for the student each day. 

Benefits of Breakfast 

  • Eating breakfast can help improve math, reading, and standardized test scores
  • Children who eat breakfast are more likely to behave better in school and get along with their peers than those who do not
  • Breakfast helps children pay attention, perform problem-solving tasks, and improves memory
  • Children who eat school breakfast are likely to have fewer absences and incidents of tardiness than those who do not
  • By eating breakfast, students get more of important nutrients, vitamins and minerals such as calcium, dietary fiber, folate and protein
  • Studies have shown that children who eat breakfast on a regular basis are less likely to be overweight
  • Eating breakfast as a child is important for establishing healthy habits for later in life
  • Schools that provide breakfast in the classroom to all students have shown decreases in tardiness and suspensions as well as improved student behavior and attentiveness
  • What you eat for breakfast can have an impact on learning. One study showed that eating breakfast food high in fiber and low in sugar for breakfast helped students sustain the cognitive effects of breakfast
  • School Breakfast provides daily servings of fruit, whole grains, and milk, plus roughly ¼ the recommended calories needed for lasting energy

Breakfast benefits