Food Services Personel
Jenelle Himmelreich, Director of Food and Nutrition Services, Intermediate School,
Deb Snyder, High School Manager
Deb Layser, Assistant to Director of Food Services, Middle School Manager
Lucy Hollinger, Fort Zeller Elementary Manager
Tracey Weik, Intermediate School Manager
Kathy Dove, Jackson Elementary Manager
As part of the National School Lunch Program, due to having no nutritional value, bottled water will not be part of your student's meal choice. Bottled water will be offered as an ala carte option in all school buildings.
Potable water will be available, at all times, in each of the school cafeterias.
As part of the NLSP, for those students who do not want milk, we will offer 100% fruit juice and a vegetable based juice as a lunch option.
SchoolCafe is now available for parents/guardians to monitor school lunch accounts. Parents/Guardians, follow the SchoolCafe instruction manual located below to sign up for an account and link it to your son or daughter. You will need your child’s student school ID which can be found on the Student Information sheet sent home this summer or being distributed to your child the first day of school.
Should you need help locating your child’s school ID, please contact his/her school building. Should you have a specific question about SchoolCafe, please contact his/her school building and ask for the cafeteria or send an email to Director of Food and Nutrition Services, Jenelle Himmelreich email@example.com
SchoolCafe is available for making online deposits and to make the selections for the purchase that are allowed for your child's meal account. You will also be able to use your credit card to make your deposits. There is a 5% conveneince fee per deposit. If you have more than one child in the District, the fee goes by the total amount of the deposit, not by the individuals student deposits. As long as the transaction is at one time.
If you wish to transfer money from one child's account to another, please contact Jenelle Himmelreich, Director of Food and Nutrition Services, at 717-866-4521 ext. 8521
There is no fee create and maintain your child's acounts. You may view the purchasing history as well as be notified for low balances through email.
This technology allows us to provide debit accounts for purchases, and increases the speed of food service to students so they have more time to eat and converse. Parents enjoy the convenience of prepaying for thier child's purchases at whatever level they choose. The point of sale system also eliminates the overt indetification ofstudents who are elogble for free or reduced benefits.
The system allows you to pay in advance for meals and/or A la Carte items. Students still have the option to pay cash on a daily basis. We urge ou to take full advantage of this system by placing money into your child's account on a weekly, monthly or annual basis. You choose the amount you want to deposit. Any money not spent by the end of school will be available for your child's use the following school year. You may use the feature to receive a low balance notification. For proper notification of low balances, it is recommended to use $8.00 as the minimum balance so that you are notified in a timely matter.
We are proud of the quality Food Service Program we offer at Eastern Lebanon County School District, and we do our best to keep our customers, the students, happy and well fed.
The mission of the Food and Nutrition Services Department is to provide a variety of appealing and nutritious foods in an invironment that is respectful of each student's needs and differences. Food Service employees will provide all students the opportunity to reach their maximum learning potential through heathly food choices.
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