Central Elementary and Rommelt Elementary
Breakfast: $1.05 or $.30 reduced
Lunch: $2.25 or $.40 reduced
Breakfast: $1.15 or $ .30 reduced
Lunch: $2.50 or $ .40 reduced
New System for the 2018/19 School Year
Also available in the App Store or Google Play.
We encourage all families to utilize SchoolCafe for the following free features:
- Apply for free or reduced meals
- Track your student’s account balance
- Track your student’s purchases
- Set low balance reminders so that you student doesn’t run out of funds
Credit card payments will be taken through the website at http://www.schoolcafe.com. A convenience fee of $2.25 per transaction is charged for online payments. Parents placing money into multiple student accounts will only be assessed the fee once per total deposit. The South Williamsport Area School District does not receive any portion of the convenience fees. This replaces MySchoolBucks. Any balance remaining from the prior school year has been transferred to the new system.
Other Payment Options
Payments in school:
Checks are preferred with student PIN # on the memo line.
Cash deposits need to be placed in a sealed envelope with student’s name and PIN # on outside of envelope.
We ask that Elementary students provide payments to their classroom teacher during morning homeroom rather than taking it through the lunch line. This will speed up the lunch line which will give your student more time to eat.
NEW!! At Central and Rommelt Elementary, breakfast will be served in the classroom each morning. Each child can decide if they want to take a breakfast. Their cafeteria account will be charged according to their lunch status (free, reduced or paid).
NEW!! At the High School, students can get a Grab and Go Breakfast in the Mountie Lodge. They will be permitted to take it to their first class. Or, if they prefer, they can still enjoy breakfast in the cafeteria.
If your student qualifies for Free Lunch, they can also have a Free Breakfast everyday.
Ice Cream Friday is a special event that we hold every Friday at Central Elementary. Students have the opportunity to purchase ice cream on this day only. All other schools offer ice cream every day as an a la carte option (see section below).
Wellness Wednesday is held once a month at Central Elementary. It allows students to have the opportunity to sample new healthy recipes and receive nutritional information handouts. This is a fun educational event that we encourage all students to participate in. Please encourage your students to participate in this event as well.
Farm to Fork is done at the High School once a week from September through November ending with the harvest feast (Thanksgiving meal). Fruits and vegetables on the menu will be from local farms.
Recipe of the Month is featured in the High School. This item will be labeled on the menu. This is just our way of introducing new foods and finding new items that the children like so we can start offering them more.
A la carte
These items are open to students in 1st grade through 12th grade. If you would like to put limits on your student’s account, send in a written notice to the cafeteria. Please be specific. Notices that contain “one snack per week” are not possible to enforce; please specify which day you would like your child to be allowed to purchase a la carte items.
Even if there is a 2 hour delay, breakfast will be available.
Food Service Program
The goal of our food service program is to provide healthy enjoyable meals to students that is part of and supports their learning. Balanced nutrition is a life-time learning goal for children and adults. We strive to make all of our food options nutrition and fun.
At any time you have a question, please contact the Food Service Director by phone or e-mail. We’re looking forward to serving your students.
Tara Stryker, Food Service Director
Email: Send a Message
Phone: (570) 320-4495
Food Assistance is Available
Nondiscrimination Statement and Complaint Procedures
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