Lunches Starting March 30, 2020

Good afternoon Valley View,

We just wanted to let everyone know that starting Monday, March 30th, Valley View will be providing breakfast and lunch to everyone 18 and younger. Every Monday and Thursday we will give out enough breakfast and lunch food to cover your students until the next pickup date. There will be a choice of ten locations. Please fill out the short two-question survey on parent square by Thursday at noon or email me directly. This will help us to be able to make sure we have enough food at each location. Please keep in mind that this could all change. I will make sure to update this page if any changes have to be made.  

We want to make sure that everyone is fed during these trying times so please if you have a specific need feel free to call my desk at (937)-855-6581 ext. 6 or email me at and we will do what we can to make sure these needs are met.

Here is a message from your local lunch ladies: 

Feeding kids that’s what we do

And we will bring your lunch to you.

A breakfast for tomorrow we will include.

To get your brain working and improve your mood.

Our goal is simple your health comes first.

So we’ll add a drink to quench your thirst.

If your needs are special don’t fret don’t bawl.

Just pick up the phone and give us a call.

We are lunch ladies, this is what we do

And we are proud to be Valley View.

Location choices are as follows

  • Junior High gym lobby 11:00-12:30
  • Sunoco Farmersville 11:30-12:30
  • Intermediate building door c6 by preschool 11:00-12:30
  • Germantown First Church of God 11:30-12:30
  • Windcliff apts. 11:00-11:45 or Hillcrest park 11:45-12:30
  • St. John’s church 11:00-11:45 or Kercher park 11:45-12:30
  • Germantown grocery store parking lot 11:00-11:45 or Hickory Point and Butter 11:45-12:30

Please let me know your desired location and number of students you will be picking up for as soon as possible. Thank you and stay healthy. 


Erick Depew, 

Director of Operations for Valley View Local Schools

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