The Food Services department proudly provides breakfast and lunch to learners and staff at each of our schools. For information or nutritional information please contact us. See below for contact information.
Meal Prices 2019-20:Elementary - $2.55Intermediate School- $2.70High School - $2.80Reduced Lunch - $0.40Breakfast - $1.45Reduced Breakfast - $0.30Milk - $0.60The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) offers free, nutritious meals to children 18 years and younger during the summer when school is not in session. SFSP is a federal child nutrition program. There are approvimately 2,500 locations throughout PA that serve breakfast, lunch and/or snacks. Many of the locations provide activities as well.
- Moving? Transferring to a different school? Please be sure to check your learner’s meal account before you leave the district. Contact your learner’s school to find out if there is a balance due or if you are owed a refund.
- Any positive balance that is left in an inactive account as of June 20 of the following school year is subject to transfer to the donation account. The donation account is designed to help learners who may not qualify for free meals but still need help occasionally.
- Any negative balances due to an account as of the last day of school will be transferred to the school district as an obligation. Any payments for these obligations should be made to the School District and not to the Food Service Department.
How to find a SFSP location near you:
Call: 211 or 1.866.3HUNGRY OR 1.877.8HAMBRE
Text: "FOOD" or "COMIDA" to 877877
Download: RangeAPP.org mobile app
To apply for free or reduced meals, breakfast and lunch, go to www.schoolcafe.com. Snack and ala carte items are not included in meal price. Meals will be priced based upon Free/Reduced meal status. A price list for snacks and ala carte items will be posted on the food service website. Ala carte milk is $0.60. www.myschoolbucks.com will be active to deposit funds into student accounts on August 12, 2019.
Again, please go online to School Cafe at your earliest convenience to apply for meal assistance.
Please reach out to the Food Services Department with any questions!Director of Food Services
Food Services Administrative Assistant
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