If you have questions regarding your food service account, please email: cafe@bhasd.org

Food Services

Free & Reduced Price Breakfast & Lunch Program

Special Dietary Needs

Food and Nutrition Services Civil Rights Procedures

USDA Nondiscrimination Statement

"Smart Snack in School" Initiative

Breakfast and lunch are available to all Brandywine Heights Area School District students. BHASD Food Service follows the National School Lunch Programs Regulations.

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Nutrition Information (via SchoolCafe)

Brandywine Heights Area School District

Attention: Food Services
200 West Weis Street
Topton, PA 19562

Free & Reduced Price Breakfast & Lunch Program

Applying for Free/Reduced Price School Meals

Online applications make it faster and easier for parents to apply for free and reduced meals. This free service enables families to receive program benefits faster than using the paper application. Your application is electronically submitted directly to the child nutrition office for processing. To apply for meal benefits online you can get the application one of two ways. Please click the following link to find more information regarding Eligibility Guidelines and Income Eligibility Chart

You can create an account at Schoolcafe.com

PA School Meals

You can apply at PA COMPASS


Or click here to download and print a paper version of the application. Once complete, please return or present the form to the school office where the child attends. The information will be forwarded to the food service department where applications are processed.

Children may be determined “categorically eligible” for free meals through participation in certain Federal Assistance Programs, such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or based on their status as a homeless, migrant, runaway, or foster child.

Children can also qualify for free or reduced-price school meals based on household income and family size. Children from families with incomes at or below 130 percent of the Federal poverty level are eligible for free meals. Those with incomes between 130 and 185 percent of the Federal poverty level are eligible for reduced-price meals.

Additional Assistance May Be Available

Pennsylvania’s Department of Human Services has an online tool to help families apply for programs and manage benefits. There are new forms of assistance, and you may qualify for additional benefits due to the effects of COVID-19. Please visit the COMPASS site to learn more.