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Food Services

Welcome to Bethel Park Food Services
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Healthy Changes in Our School Cafeterias!
This fall, Bethel Park School Cafeterias are meeting tough new federal nutrition standards for school meals.  Click here to learn more.
 
FREE/REDUCED BREAKFAST AND LUNCH UPDATE

The Bethel Park School District participates in the National School Lunch Program.  Please be aware that Free/Reduced Meals are available to those who qualify.  Please be advised that even if your student(s) qualified for Free/Reduced meals in 2015-2016, you MUST reapply for the 2016-2017 school year.  If you have questions, please call Dana Walker at 412-854-8426.  Forms are available under "Quick Links" to the right.

If your family qualifies for Free/Reduced Meals, you could also qualify for reduced cost broadband internet access from Comcast.  Please click here to learn more.

DISTRICT USES QSP POINT OF SALE SYSTEM

All Bethel Park school cafeterias use the QSP point of sale system.  All cafeterias are now equipped with a touch screen, and once a student enters his/her student ID number into the system, his/her picture appears to ensure no one but your child is accessing his/her account.  Parents have the opportunity to pre-pay for their child's meals either by bringing cash or a check payable to "Bethel Park School District" to school, or you can pre-pay using a credit card via the PayForIt.net on-line service.  Parents who opt to pay with a credit card will be charged 5.75% per transaction.  No service fee will be charged to parents who pre-pay with cash or check.  

Parents can also make payments to PayForIt.Net and into QSP for cafeteria meals with automatic withdrawals from their checking account.  Parents must complete the Lunch Payment by Check Form below.  The cost for this transaction is only $1.25 vs. the 5.75% per credit card transaction.  Parents who pay by check can save per transaction if they make a transaction above $25.  This does not apply to parents who send in a check to school with their child.  This is only for payments to PayForIt.Net via automatic withdrawals from a checking account.

Even if you do not use PayForIt to pre-pay for meals with a credit card, you can still set up a free account for your child and have on-line access to view your account balance, see what your child has purchased and set up email reminders.  To access Pay For It, please click on the logo below.  We encourage you to set up an account to monitor your child's cafeteria activity.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the BPSD Food Service Department at 412-854-8754.

ATTENTION, PARENTS-- The Food Service has implemented a new system to notify parents when their children's cafeteria balances are negative.  The Alert Now calling system will be used to notify parents that a negative cafeteria balance has occurred and to forward payment to the Food Service Department at Neil Armstrong Middle School (during summer months) and to the schools (during the school year).  Questions can be answered by contacting Food Service Director Joe Consolmagno at 412-854-8754 or [email protected]
 
Welcome!

The Bethel Park School District has cafeterias in all eight of our schools.  The school district contracts with Metz Culinary Management to provide food services for all of our schools.

Lunch Prices for the 2016-2017 school year are:

  • Elementary -- $2.25
  • Middle School -- $2.40
  • High School -- $2.55
  • Elementary Tiered- $2.80
  • Middle School Tiered -- $2.95
  • BPHS Tiered-- $3.10

Breakfast is served at all Bethel Park Schools at a cost of $1.60.

Meals can be paid for in advance with a credit card (see PayForIt.net information above) or by check, payable to "BPSD FSD."

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The BPHS Cafeteria Staff wear red every Friday to support U.S. Troops! 
School Nutrition Programs
Please click here to read a letter from Food Service Director Joe Consolmagno regarding the importance of children eating a healthy breakfast and lunch, as well as the availability of children obtaining free/reduced breakfasts and lunches in the Bethel Park School District. 
Changes to PayForIt.net Effective November 28
Please click here to learn about the login changes to PayForIt.net, effective November 28. 
Find Summer Meals In Your Community
Nutritious free meals are available to children and teens 18 years and younger at many locations throughout the nation during the summer while school is out of session. 
BPSD Cafeterias Ranked #97 In Country image BPSD Cafeterias Ranked #97 In Country
Niche.com/Best Food gave the BPSD Cafeterias a #97 ranking nationally!
 
Parents, We Need Your Help
Please click here to read about the recommendations from the Wellness Committee regarding classroom treats and snacks.
 
CHANGEless Cafeteria System at BPHS
A cashless system is being implemented at Bethel Park High School.
 
HEALTHY FUNDRAISER IDEAS

If you are planning a fundraiser, why not think about some healthy alternatives to sugary foods?  Check out the links below for some ideas:

Quick Links
Free and Reduced Forms
Applications for the 2016-2017 school year are available. You must reapply every year.
Lunch Payment by Check Form
This form is to be signed by parents who prefer to make payments to PayForIt.Net and QSP by automatic withdrawals from their checking account.
Pay For It Questions
Please click above to see some frequently asked questions about PayForIt
Menus and Other Items of Interest
CONTACT US
Please click here if you have a question or a suggestion.  Thank you for your feedback!
 
 
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U.S. Department of Agriculture
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
1400 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20250-9410
 
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