Emmerich Manual High School will offer classes in grades 9-12.
8:15am - 3:45pm
Emmerich Manual High School is open to 7-12 school aged students who reside in Marion county.
Transportation will be available on a limited basis. Specific routes will be developed based on demand to maximize the number of students who can be transported. Students living within two miles of the school will be expected to furnish their own transportation.
Breakfast and lunch service will be available to all students. Breakfast costs $1.00 and lunch costs $2.05. Reduced breakfast costs $.30 and reduced lunch costs $.40. Emmerich Manual High School will participate in the National School Lunch Program and free or reduced pricing will be available to those students who meet the guidelines. School meals are provided by Preferred Meals.
Free/Reduced Lunch Application
View our breakfast and lunch menus by visiting www.preferredmealsmenu.com. First, select your state. Next, for District select your school name. Last, for School Name select your school name again. This will allow you to view your school's menus by day, week, and month!
Food Service Inspection Report - In accordance with Senate Bill 1908, the school's health certificate/inspection report is available for review.
The Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act requires school cafeterias to meet new federal nutrition standards for school lunches and breakfasts. Read our "School Meals Have Changed!" flyer to learn more!
School uniforms must be purchased from the school store located inside Emmerich Manual High School. Please click here for our complete uniform policy.
A list of supplies that are required for each incoming student will be supplied based on the grade level. These supplies should be brought in to the homeroom teacher on the first day of school.
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