Food and Nutrition

Midland Lunch Program Secretary – Erika Tubbs – 563-488-2292 x 3270

Midland’s food service provider is Opaa!

OPAA! is a family-owned and operated company that has been nourishing American K-12 school children since 1978. Our mission- “Make Their Day” -gives us a common purpose. It reminds us that a warm smile and an encouraging word can be as important to a child as a tasty, satisfying meal. By making a child’s day, we also make our own. A school meal can be the highlight of a child’s day. For some children, it might be the only wholesome meal they receive that day. What a responsibility—and a privilege—it is to be the ones who “Make Their Day.”

School menus can be found on the OPAA! Website

Midland accepts cash or check to pay for meals.

2020-2021 Meal Prices:

Student Lunch PS-5th – $3.00 per meal

Student Lunch 6th-12th – $3.25 per meal

Adult Lunch – $4.10 per meal

Extra entree – $1.90 per item

Student breakfast – $2.30 per meal

Adult breakfast – $2.65 per meal

Milk – $0.50 per carton

Ala Carte Items – market price

Lunch Application and info:

Free and reduced lunch program is available to all who qualify. Applicants need to turn the completed application form into the school office. It must then be validated by the lunch program secretary at the Oxford Junction center, so please turn it in before the first day of school or upon transfer to Midland. You will be notified as to your qualification. If questions, contact Erika Tubbs at 563-488-2292 x 3270 or email her at

20-21 Lunch Application Letter

20-21 Lunch Application How To

20-21 Lunch Application Form – this can be used all year and resubmitted if your family income changes during the school year!

Trump Administration and USDA Extend Free Meals for Kids for Entire School Year

Flexibilities now available through June 30, 2021

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced today that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is extending flexibilities to allow free meals to continue to be available to all children throughout the entire 2020-2021 school year. This unprecedented move is part of USDA’s unwavering commitment to ensuring all children across America have access to nutritious food as the nation recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic.

“As our nation recovers and reopens, we want to ensure that children continue to receive the nutritious breakfasts and lunches they count on during the school year wherever they are, and however they are learning,” said Secretary Perdue. “We are grateful for the heroic efforts by our school food service professionals who are consistently serving healthy meals to kids during these trying times, and we know they need maximum flexibility right now. I appreciate President Trump for his unwavering commitment to ensuring kids receive the food they need during this pandemic and for supporting USDA in continuing to provide these unprecedented flexibilities.”