Please contact the Food Service Department at 724-274-2105 for more information. The Food Service Department is under the direction of Mr. Alan Donnelly.
The Allegheny Valley School District follows the guidelines of the National School Breakfast and Lunch Program for the state of Pennsylvania. It has been proven that eating breakfast and lunch regularly can benefit the student and the school. The student is more alert and less fatigued and has a better chance to do well in school. Therefore, breakfast is served before the beginning of each school day and lunch is served on a daily basis. In addition, the purpose of the school lunch program is to provide a well-balanced, nutritious mid-day meal. Through these experiences, students are also exposed to aspects of responsible planning and money management. Students are not dismissed for lunch period.
Nutrition in the Schools
According to the guidelines noted in the District's Wellness Policy, parents are asked not to bring meals from fast-food establishments into the buildings. In addition, on occasions when students bring food into the buildings for classroom activities, parents should ask the teacher about food allergies for any student in the class. Parents/students are asked to pay careful attention to allergy requirements and to provide nutritious items for all students. Ideas for healthy snacks are listed in a document from the USDA.
aFor the 2013-2014 School Year:
Free & Reduced Price Meal Applications:
On-line Cafeteria Payments:
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