Help the lunch lines go faster giving students more time to eat, relax and play - make prepayments to your students food service account!
Prepayments can be made using cash or check (made out to BSD Food Service) or by using our on-line payment service MySchoolBucks. Watch this tutorial video to get the most from this service. With MySchoolBucks you can check balances, set up automated low balance notifications or view meals purchased on your student's account. For a small transaction fee you can use a debit card, credit card or electronic check to put money on your student meal account, and can set up automated weekly or monthly deposits.
Meal prices for school year 2021-2022
Per month prices are based upon 20 days/month.
Please note - all students are allowed to purchase a second meal or second entree as long as they have money on their meal account. A la carte purchases (milk, second meal, second entree, etc.) cannot be charged.
Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) Schools
CEP schools include: Garfield, Hawthorne, Hillcrest, Jefferson, Koelsch, Morley Nelson, Taft, Whitney and Whittier elementary schools, Frank Church High School, and ASCENT. During years where there is no universal feeding (all District children eat for free), children at CEP school would have access to free breakfast and lunch. For SY2122 all students eat breakfast and lunch for free!
Provision 2 Breakfast Schools
Grace Jordan and Horizon Elementary are provision 2 breakfast schools. During years where there is no universal feeding (all District children eat for free) students at these schools would receive 1 breakfast each day at no cost served in their classroom, and students are charged for lunch. For SY2122 all students eat breakfast and lunch for free!
Faculty, Parents & Guests
Come join us for breakfast or lunch and see for yourself how much school meals have changed! View our Photo Gallery (link on the Home page) to see what we are serving!
Online payments are a simple, safe and secure way to put money on your student's meal account 24 hours a day at your convenience.
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