This school year we will use a new account portal to add fund for your student's account. Create a new account at www.SchoolCafe.com All balances. positive and negative, have carried over from the old system. Creating an account is FREE. When you create an account you can add funds, set alerts for balances and restrictions for the cashier to watch for and monitor your students spending. Additional items, such as a-la carte snacks, water, food and drinks may be purchased with this money. None of these items may be charged, the student must have money in their account to buy these items. There is a service fee to add funds to the account, but all other features are free.
Avoid service fee, just send Cash or Check to the school. Please send cash or checks, clearly marked payable to “GASD Cafeteria” at 9 Donation Road, Greenville, PA 16125. If you have any questions please contact our office at (724)-588-2500, ext. 2175.
Negative Cafeteria Balance Students should only have a negative balance if they have charged meals in years past. All students receive one free breakfast and one free lunch each day from GASD cafeteria. Ala carte items are not allowed to be charged. Meal debt will need to be paid off each year or it will carry over to following year.
Positive Cafeteria Balance Just as negative account balances carry over into next year, a positive cafeteria balances will also carry over. The funds in your students account will stay in their account until next year. If your student is not coming back next year the funds can be transferred into another students account or a check can be refunded. Please contact our office to address this.
Food safety inspections are done twice per year by the local health authority. To see the latest food safety inspection reports for each GASD Building, they are located in the food court or at the serving line. For more information, please go to the PA Department of Agriculture search system.
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Summer Meal Availability
Schools or families may use any of the following methods to locate sites that serve free meals to children during the summer:
Call 1.866.3Hungry or 1.877.8Hambre
Text "FOOD" or "COMIDA" to 877877 during the summer months