Due to the closure of schools this month, parents should contact food service by email only as staff members are not working from the office location.
Food service director email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Assistant food service director email is email@example.com
Emergency Grab & Go Meals begins Monday, March 23, from 11:00am to 1:00pm until further notice. The drive-thru station is located at the high school central parking lot near the stadium/auditorium. Meals are free to all students age 18 & under.
Volunteers are not permitted to help at this site due to the area being a closed & restricted area for the safety of staff and children. Thank you for your understanding.
Parents or students who have questions concerning the school lunch program should contact the Food Service Director or the Cafeteria Manager at the school.
Parents that have questions on meal applications should contact the Assistant Food Service Director.
Parents that have questions on payments should contact the Food Service Department at 412-884-6300 x 7443.
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Baldwin-Whitehall School District has made it faster and easier for parents to apply for free and reduced meals.
This free service enables families to receive program benefits faster than using the paper application. Your application is electronically submitted directly to the child nutrition office for processing.
To get started, visit: www.schoolcafe.com
Contact Judy Bourne, Assistant Food Service Director, for any questions on meal applications procedures, online/paper, at 412.885.7500 x 8081.
2019-2020 Household Letter, English-This letter contains answers to frequently asked questions on meal benefits and the current income eligibility guidelines for Free and Reduced Price meal benefits.
Additional Information about Meal Benefits
Click the link below to complete a meal benefit application:
If you need a letter of eligibility of meal benefits, you can print your letter from your School Cafe Account you created in the link above.