2013-14 Events Calendar
Spring 2014 Driver Education
• Spring 2014 Driver Ed [PDF]
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Employee HazCom Online Training
Free and Reduced Price Meals Program
BC@Home Support and Help Resources
Basketball giveaway sparks lunchtime fun
It's a great time to try lunch in the school cafeteria! March Madness means elementary and middle school students who purchase lunch can qualify to win a basketball autographed and presented by one of the varsity teams' captains. Read more>
Afternoon Cafe helps BCHS student fuel up for sports, more
BCHS students who stay after school for sports or extracurriculars can now fuel up for afternoon and evening activities without venturing out into the cold. The BCHS cafeteria now offers an AFTERNOON CAFÉ for students and staff from 2:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m., Mondays through Fridays. The menu features hot toasted panini, hot and cold beverages, fresh baked goods, yogurt and fresh fruit. VIEW MENU »
Making healthy menu choices easier for parents
New form helps families communicate with Food Service staff
The Bethlehem Central School District is committed to helping students and families make healthy choices. That commitment extends to our Food Service department where staff routinely help protect children with food allergies by maintaining the child’s dietary restrictions through the online sales system, to make sure they are not purchasing items that could trigger a reaction.
Additionally, the district respects parental preferences when it comes to controlling the quantity and types of items that may be purchased. To make it easier for parents to help students make healthy choices, the district can assist you in communicating with the Food Service department on specific dietary requests for your child(ren) by providing a standard form for such requests. READ MORE »
Still effective for the 2013-14 school year, school lunch costs $3 for elementary students and $3.25 for middle and high school students. Breakfast costs $2 for all students. Adult meals cost $2 for breakfast and $3.75 + tax for lunch.
Reduced-price lunch (for those who are eligible and apply) is $0.25 per lunch. Click here for more information about the Free and Reduced Lunch Program, including eligibility guidelines and an application.
If a student forgets his/her lunch money, a charge policy is in place in all buildings, except the High School. Please contact the school for more information on lunch charge policies.
Food Service Links
Healthy Kids Links
• The '10 Tips Nutrition Education' Series - The Ten Tips Nutrition Education Series provides consumers and professionals with high quality, easy-to-follow tips in a convenient, printable format. These are perfect for posting on a refrigerator!
• http://www.standupandeat.org/index.aspx?id=tools - The Stand Up (more) & Eat (better) web site is an educational and participatory site to help people balance the calories they eat with the calories they burn each day.