• High School Food Service


    Breakfast Prices - Grades 9 - 12

    • Students: K-12 –Free
    • Second Meal: $1.85
    • Adult Meal: $2.00

    Lunch Prices - Grades 9 - 12

    • Students: K-12 –Free
    • Second Meal: $2.25
    • Adult Meal: $3.90

    Student Nutrition Accountability Program (SNAP)

    The district uses the Student Nutrition Accountability Program (SNAP) to monitor children's food purchases in the cafeteria, as well as to protect their anonymity regarding their status (whether their meals are paid, reduced, or free). Each child is assigned a 4-digit pin number, and K-2 students also receive identification cards with UPC numbers denoted on them, in case they cannot remember their pin numbers. The children who memorize their pin numbers utilize a pin pad at the register and punch in their numbers. The students who have identification cards merely swipe their cards - similar to the procedure of utilizing debit cards at the store.

    Whatever children purchase is automatically deducted from their accounts via the SNAP cash register. Of course, like the banks, money cannot be deducted from their accounts until deposits are made. Please make checks payable to WSD CAFETERIA FUND. Payments may be sent directly to the food service office to be deposited into a child's account, or a child may present cash or a check directly to the cashier as he or she reaches the end of the lunch line. Either method is acceptable.

    Application for Free and Reduced Lunches

    An Application for free or reduced lunches can be obtained and submitted at any time during the school year. Any questions regarding the free or reduced price lunch program should be directed to (724) 223-5150 at Washington Park School.

    Parents looking for a way to supplement income may consider working in the schools’ cafeterias. Substitute workers for our food service program are always needed. For additional information, please contact The Nutrition Group Food service Director at (724) 223-5070.