Food Services



Culinary School Games

2016-2017 Meal Prices

Breakfast Prices

Breakfast is served daily from 8:30 am to 9:00 at Curtisville and East Union. Breakfast is also available daily in the middle school and high school from 7:10 to 7:45 am.

Lunch Prices

Free / Reduced Application

COMPASS provides an easy, convenient and confidential application for free and reduced meals. Click on the link below to apply online. You may apply for the 2016 - 2017 school year beginning on July 1, 2016.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Access to Social Services Web Site

Lunch Account Balances

Parents may now access their child's cafeteria balance at any time using You will not be assigned a username and password; parents may set up an account at their convenience using their child's account number and full name. Payments may be made 24 hours a day or recurrent payments may also be set up. There is no fee to access your child's account balance or your child's account activity. However, there is a 5.75% convenience fee for online payments; please note that you may continue to pay with cash or check if you wish to avoid this fee. Please see attached document for instructions on how to set up your account, as well as frequently asked questions.
Pay For It Questions(.pdf)

2016-2017 Cafeteria Procedures

In order for you to better understand daily operations in the DLSD cafeterias, please review the following procedures:

Nutrition News

Start the new school year off on the right foot.
Eating a balanced and nutritious diet, coupled with at least 30 minutes of daily activity, will allow your children to perform their best in the classroom. Below are some of the most important tips to impress to your child in order to enhance their ability to learn:

Nutrition Resources

Here's a list of some great informational websites from around the net:

Point of Sale System

The cafeteria is now using a computerized debit system. This system allows us to provide better service to both students and parents, as well as account for all meals served at Deer Lakes. Each student has been assigned a personal identification number that is confidential and should not be shared with other students. This protects the anonymity of those students receiving free or reduced meals. As long as the student continues to be enrolled at Deer Lakes, the same number will be utilized.
We encourage all students to place advanced payment on their account. This allows the lines to run smoothly, prevents money from being lost and is convenient. Cash or checks will be accepted for deposits. Checks should have the student's name and meal account number noted and should be made payable to Deer Lakes Cafeteria Fund. Payments can be made for any amount of money. An account balance cannot be shared by different children in the same household.

Wellness News


Check out this website for more information about free summer meals for children offered in our area:
Summer Meal Flyer (.pdf)

We Want to Hear from You!!

For any questions, concerns or general feedback, please contact the Deer Lakes Director of Food Services:

Lindsay Radzvin, MS, RD
Director of Food Service
(724)-265-5300 ext. 5685

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