This fall, Bethel Park School Cafeterias are meeting tough new federal nutrition standards for school meals. Click here to learn more. Read More Forms are available under "Quick Links" to the right.
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This fall, Bethel Park School Cafeterias are meeting tough new federal nutrition standards for school meals. Click here to learn more. Read More Forms are available under "Quick Links" to the right. Parents who opt to pay with a credit card will be charged 5. 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.
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. 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 school year are:.
Milmaran Twenty ways to raise funds schoolfnudraising candy. It offers parents solutions, and ideas for simple things they can do in their own lives,schools, and communities. Milk vending — a new option. Food is often used to reward good behavior.
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Choose one involving food or not involving food—whatever you and the other leaders decide best fits your group. Community Advice ghkunkel writes: Craig, thank you for your response. Yes, the guide provides some great ideas, but I want to know what other schools are doing to raise important funds for school academics and activities, but in a way that does not promote food. I am especially concerned since my kids are entering school. I think it is an important issue for parents to address as they are finding ways to financially support the school. Thank you for your suggestion to go to the Yellow Pages. I will check it out.
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