Overview

  • ALL STUDENTS ARE ELIGIBLE TO EAT BREAKFAST AND LUNCH FREE DURING THE 21-22 SCHOOL YEAR!

    Breakfast and lunch menus are posted on the school district website: https://www.berea.k12.oh.us/menus 

    Breakfast consists of an entrée, fruit, juice and milk. All students must take a fruit or juice.

    Lunch consists of an entrée, fruit, vegetable, whole grain, and milk. All students must take a fruit or vegetable.

    A la carte items may be pre-paid by check, cash in the lunch line, or online with a credit card using the Mealtime Online site. We highly encourage pre loading your student’s account via credit card. There is a minimum deposit required to use the credit card option, and it loads to your student’s account in 5 minutes. There is no charge for using the online feature. To use the Mealtime Online, go to https://www.mymealtime.com/signin.aspx


    Free/Reduced Meals

    Some families may qualify for free/reduced-priced meals. Families must re-apply every year. Applications are available beginning each school year in August.  Applications may be submitted at any time throughout the school year.

    Instructions to apply:
    Applications are available online at http://www.schoolnutritionandfitness.com/index.php?page=lunchapps&sid=0601141701052471

    First-time users will need to set up a user name and password. You will need your child’s PIN number. If you need assistance or do not have internet access please contact: Nutrition Services at 216-267-2142.


    Charging

    February 2020
    Nutrition Services is revising the current district charging policy. The current policy states that elementary students are able to charge 2 lunches, while middle and high school students are able to charge 1 lunch before receiving a gratis lunch. Currently, charges for breakfast are not allowed, but will be allowed moving forward.

    Students will now be allowed to charge 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches before receiving a gratis meal. This equates to the elementary students (K-4) being able to have a negative balance of $17.25 and the middle and high school students (5-12) being able to have a negative balance of $21.25. The intent is to decrease the amount of gratis meals district wide and also give those parents/guardians who are having financial difficulties some lenience. The goal is to ensure students are receiving a healthy, sustainable breakfast and lunch every day. This is not meant to increase the negative balance at the end of the school year. Parents are encouraged to use MealTime to pay for meals and/or to track purchases made by their student(s).


    Special Diets

    Special diet requests should be directed to the Nutrition Services office at 216-267-2142.

                                                        

     

    This institution is an equal opportunity provider.