Melissa Everhart is the BASD Food Services DirectorPlease contact her at email@example.com or call 570-784-5000, ext 4425.EFFECTIVE for the School Year 2022-2023: ALL student meals will be at NO CHARGE!Students must get a complete meal!COMMUNITY ELIGIBLE PROGRAM - 2022-2023 School YearAs participants in the NSLP, the Bloomsburg Area School District will be participating in the CEP (Community Eligible Program). ALL student meals (breakfast and lunch) will be at NO charge. The district qualifies by the percentage of students who qualify for government assistance programs. No application to participate is necessary for families.
A computer generated point of sale program is used to keep track of meals. This will enable each child to access their account with a (4) digit ID number at high school and middle school. In the elementary schools, the students'accounts are accessed by using the students' first and last names. Parents can put money in the system for ala carte items (milk, bottled water, etc. and the student draws down funds on a daily basis.CHARGING POLICYStudents can check the balances in their account on a daily basis when they go through the lunch line. Students will be allowed to charge for ala carte items, if necessary. Students will be allowed to charge up to $15.00.Non-Discrimination Statement and Civil Rights Requirements: Click on to ReadFull Food Service Policy: Click on to ReadWhy Hunger:
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