Food Services

  • Welcome to Food Services.  Children need healthy meals in order to learn and the Camp Hill School District is committed to offering healthy meals every school day.  Please use the links to the left to take advantage of several services we are happy to provide.  Take some time to review your eligibility for a Free and Reduced Lunch.  Also, we are happy to offer new this year online lunch account payments!  Finally, to see what's good to eat, take a look at our lunch menus!

    **Important Updates Regarding Student Lunch Accounts** 

    Due to the requirements of Act 55 of 2017, the District has changed the process for notifying parents/guardians of negative account balances. The district will no longer send red envelopes home with students. Notifications will be emailed to the parents/guardians, or sent in a letter addressed to the parents/guardians.

    School districts are not permitted to refuse a school lunch program meal to any student who requests one, unless the student's parent/guardian has specifically provided written notice to the district to withhold a school lunch program meal. If you wish to provide such notice to the District, please submit the request in writing to Laura Wilkins (lwilkins@camphillsd.k12.pa.us) at the District Administration Office 2627 Chestnut Street, Camp Hill.

    For your convenience, you can set up an account in MySchoolBucks.com. This site offers 24/7 convenient access to prepayment service, account balance, recent purchase history information and automatic low balance email notifications. You may choose to use this site for low balance notifications only and still make payments to your student's account by sending in cash or a check to your student's school or the Administration Office. There is no charge to monitor your child's account or to have reminders sent. You can learn more about MySchoolBucks.com on the tab to the left.

    It is important that your contact information is correct in our system.  If you have any change to your phone number or email address, please log into the Parent Portal to update your information. If you have a change to your home address, please contact our Registrar at 717-901-2400 x5939.


    Lunch Program -
    Students at all levels are encouraged to utilize our point of sale (prepayment) system.   Learn more about MySchoolBucks.com from the link on the left.

    Deposits to student accounts may also be made by sending cash or a check made payable to "CHSD - Cafeteria Fund" with the student's name and grade noted in the memo section.  You may deliver this directly to the Business Office or to the school secretary.  Please note it may take several days for money to appear in the student's account.  If you prefer, cash can be used at the time of purchase.

    Elementary Lunch Program -
    The elementary cafeterias offer two entrees daily for students to choose from ('A' or 'B').  The cost of a lunch is $3.00 and includes one entree, two sides and milk choice.  Students may purchase an extra sandwich (entree) for $2.25 or an extra drink for $.60.  Students who pack lunch may purchase milk or a drink for $.60.  Menus are sent home with students each month or may be accessed throught the link on the left.

    Middle/High School Lunch Program -
    The Middle/High School cafeteria offers an ala carte program including, but not limited to: sandwich, entree, salad (add ons optional), low fat yogurt, bagels, fruit cups, vegetable cups, reduced fat or baked chips, and a variety of beverages.  Selection and pricing will vary.  Students choosing a sandwich/entree/salad/yogurt, a fruit and/or vegetable cup and a milk choice will receive the "Lunch Special" for $3.00.  

    For questions regarding students' lunch accounts, negative balances, payments, etc., please call (717) 901-2400 ext 5951.

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