All Students will receive a "Nutritional Tour Packet" and a Meal Application Packet on the first day of school designed especially for their individual school layout.
Gluten Free Menu Must be pre order the (Friday) prior to the week needed - Our South Fayette Nutritional team is dedicated to the special dietary needs of our students. Please contact Ms. Tricia Wood 724-693-3019 to discuss Gluten Free Options. Arrangements must be in place prior to order these special meals. Call 412-221-4542 x277 for Inquiries.
Breakfast Menu for Middle School: Middle School Breakfast
Lunch Pricing for 2019 - 2020 School Year: Pricing for School Meals
Announcement: April 4th Saturday is Breakfast with the Bunny 9-11AM at the High School Food Court.
See our web site for details.
Please check your child's account for past due balances. www.myschoolbucks.com
Gluten Free Menu -- Pre Order the "Friday Prior" see menu for instructions. Must have Physician Note to order Gluten Free Menu on file at the Food Service Directors/Nurses Office.
Take a Tour of the food court - Every Student will be provided a "tour packet" complete with pictures and procedures. This packet will explain your child's daily choices for lunch, along with some wonderful illustrations.Peanut Free:For grades K- 8th grade, our cafeteria has switched to WOW Butter in place of Peanut Butter. WOW butter is delicious and peanut free. Wow butter was chosen "the winner" from our taste test selected by our panel of students, adults and School Board members. WOW butter is a soy based protein. It is Peanut Free - this helps to eliminate risks to students allergic to peanuts.(Note: Keep in mind that Parents can and may continue to send in Peanut & Jelly as a "packed meal" option for their child, however, our cafeteria is now offering WOW butter and Jelly as part of our reimbursable meal. This helps to lessen the risks to students that may be allergic to peanuts)Gluten Free MenuOur carefully chosen Gluten -Free Menu is by special arrangement only - please contact 724-693-3019 Tricia Wood to discuss special arrangements.Refunds: If your child is graduating or you want to request a refund from their Cafeteria Account please phone 412-221-4542x277 Ms. Aimee Dernosek or you may send an email to food services requesting a refund (foodservice@southfayette). At the end of the school year, we usually check for siblings and transfer the funds over to the siblings account.Wellness Assessments for Intermediate, Middle School and Elementary School (Aug 2018)Don't forget to sign up for myschoolbucks account for this upcoming school year.We Offer Convenience! Mobile App Low Balance Alerts Pay on the GO!!!Heartland Corporation offers our South Fayette parents the convenience of online meal payments by utilizing myschoolbucks. You may register your student's private account using their student ID number or birth date. If your student had money remaining from last school year - it will reflect in their balance for this upcoming school year. For our "myschoolbucks" hot line help - call 1 855-832-5266.Reminder to Parents:
All students should have a positive balance in their accounts at all times. Please view our charging policies in the student handbook or located on this site.
Questions: Please Phone: (412) 221-4542Middle School: Ms. Judy Howcroft x227
High School: Ms. Aimee Dernosek x277Intermediate School: Ms. Judy Kirkpatrick x323Elementary School: Kitchen Leader Ms. Lisa Bonnaure x339 or 334
Lunch Prices for Regular Type-A Lunch & Premium MealsMiddle School and High SchoolBreakfast $1.30 at Middle School / Breakfast at HS $1.45 Reduced Priced Breakfast is $.30Regular Meal $2.40 Prem Meal $2.65, $2.85 All Reduced Meal are $.40Intermediate School Regular Meal $2.40, Premium Meals: $2.65 and $2.85Elementary School Regular Meal $2.30, Prem Meals: $2.60 & $2.75Just a reminder that all students are required to have a "POSITIVE" balance in their accounts at all times. Thank You
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