Our Food Services Department will provide nutritious meals to our students and staff in a courteous and professional manner. We follow the regulations of the National School Lunch Program. Online payments and account information are available at www.myschoolbucks.com
Contact: Maria Jones, Secretary, 610-987-4100 x1210
Elementary School Chef’s Choice Menu – March 15, 2017:
Chicken Pot-Pie, Steamed Carrots, Roll, Butter, Fruit, Juice, and Milk
A dish that is served at the High School, Oley Beef-a-Roni
School Meals Program 2016-2017
Children need healthy meals to learn. Oley Valley School District offers healthy meals every school day. Breakfast is available at the Elementary School only and costs $1.25; Lunch costs $2.60 at the Elementary School and $2.85 at the Middle School and High School. Your children may qualify for free meals or reduced price meals. Reduced price is $.30 for breakfast and $.40 for lunch. In order to qualify for free or reduced meals, a new application must be completed each school year. You may apply for free or reduced meals in one of the following ways:
Complete an online application for free or reduced meals by clicking on the link below:
Pick up a paper application and instructions at the Main Offices of any of our Schools or the Administration Building. Please send the completed application to Oley Valley School District, Food Services Department, 17 Jefferson Street, Oley, PA 19547.
Print out the School Meals Application below, read the Letter to Households and Instructions. Complete the application and send it to Oley Valley School District, Food Services Department, 17 Jefferson Street, Oley, PA 19547.
Note: If your child attends the Berks Career & Technology Center, you must complete an application to receive meal benefits at the Oley Valley School District. You will not need to fill out an additional application to receive meals at the Berks Career & Technology Center.
Breakfast Prices (Elementary School Only)
Student Breakfast – $1.25
Student Reduced Breakfast – $.30
Elementary School Student Lunch – $2.60
Middle School Student Lunch – $2.85 Premium Meal $3.50
High School Student Lunch – $2.85 Premium Meal $3.50
Student Reduced Lunch – $.40
Adult Lunch – $4.00
We follow a traditional lunch menu with Offer versus Serve. Students are offered daily:
1 serving of meat or meat alternate
1 serving of fruit
1 serving of vegetables
1 serving of whole grain
1 serving of milk – 8 ounces
In order to qualify as a meal, a student must take a fruit or vegetable, and two of the other components. One serving of each component comes with a meal. A la carte prices will be charged for separate or additional items.
School Meal Accounts
The District will operate all cashier functions under a computerized Point of Sale System. All students will have individual accounts and will be identified with an identification number. Money may be deposited in the student’s account. The deposits may be made with with a check or cash. Checks should be made payable to Oley Valley School District Lunch Fund. Cash or check payments must be made using a Prepayment Envelope, Cafeteria Account. These can be obtained at any school office, cafeteria, or the Administration Building. To make online payments, please visit www.myschoolbucks.com which accepts Credit Cards and Debit Cards. They will send you email alerts when your child/children’s accounts are at a low balance. You can also view account and meal purchase activity on a daily basis. Please allow 3 business days for transactions to be posted.
Lunch Charge Procedures for all Grade Levels
Elementary School – Students can charge up to three (3) full lunches of choice. After the third lunch, the student will be directed to the school office to receive a lunch “coupon.” This “coupon” will entitle the student to a cheese sandwich, daily fruit, daily vegetable and choice of 8 ounce milk. The full eligibility price will be charged for this meal. During this time no a la carte items may be purchased or charged. When a student’s account balance reaches $5.00, a payment envelope will be sent home with the student so another deposit may be made to avoid a zero balance. Please keep in mind that a school lunch is $2.60 each day. A two week cycle is $26.00 and a two week cycle of reduced price meals is $8.00.
Middle School and High School – Students are permitted to charge a school meal one (1) time. After the first lunch, the student will be directed to the school office to receive a lunch “coupon.” This “coupon” will entitle the student to a cheese sandwich, daily fruit, daily vegetable and choice of 8 ounce milk. The full eligibility price will be charged for this meal. During this time, no ala carte items may be purchased or charged. When a student’s account balance reaches $5.00, a payment envelope will be sent home with the student so another deposit may be made to avoid a zero balance. Please keep in mind that a school lunch is $2.85 each day. A two week cycle is $28.50 and a two week cycle of reduced price is $8.00.
The Oley Valley School District is seeking part-time and per-diem (substitute) Dining Services Staff to serve our K-12 students during the lunch period. Dining Services Staff are responsible to the Head Cook for the preparation and service of attractive, nutritious and quality foods in an atmosphere of efficiency, cleanliness and friendliness; also the collecting and recording of monies received in a school day. Flexible schedule and excellent working environment. For more information, see Oley Valley Employment under the Admin tab.
Maria Jones, Secretary
610-987-4100, extension 1210
Diane Petry, Head Cook
Elementary School Cafeteria
610-987-4100, extension 2102
Joanne Gisleson, Head Cook
Middle School Cafeteria
610-987-4100, extension 4323
Judy Zechman, Head Cook
High School Cafeteria
610-987-4100, extension 6038
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