Come work with us:  Interested in rewarding, flexible, part time work? Become a food service substitute! Positions start at $11 per hour and can lead to permanent positions for those who are interested. Please contact Joseph Gentile jgentile@Neshaminy.org

    Finding it difficult to make ends meet during the summer months? Find a summer feeding program near you!

     www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks -  Call 1.866.3Hungry or 1.877.8Hambre

    All Children up to age 18 can receive two meals a day at no cost.



    3100 Donallen Drive, Bensalem, PA, 19020

    Date open – 6/19/2017 – 7/27/2017 Day of Operation – M, T, W, Th

    Hours of Service – B’fast 8:45AM - 9:45AM Lunch 11:30AM - 12:30PM

    Contact number – 215-750-2800



    1 Declaration Drive Bensalem, PA 19020

                   6/19/2017- 8/18/2017 Days of Operation – M, T, W, Th, F

                Hours of Service – B’fast 9:00AM– 10:00AM Lunch 11:30AM – 12.30PM

             Contact number – 267-577-0463




    Summer feeding is available at

     Tamenand Park 1255 Second St Pike, 18974,

    8am-8.30am    12pm-12.30pm

    (215) 441-6000 mgilbert@ustwp.org

    Join Our Breakfast Club! Grades K-8 receive a prize or a healthy
    Snack free after participating in Breakfast 5 times!  

    September 2017 Menus
    (Breakfast and Lunch Menus have been combined into one document for your convenience)  
    High School Breakfast and Lunch


     2017-18 Pricing


    Meal Prices




    Elementary Schools




    Middle Schools




    High School




    Free - all schools




    Reduced - all schools





    Food Service Information and Policies
    More information can be found in the pages linked to the left side of this page. 
     The Food Services department is self-supporting and receives no local taxpayer dollars. This requires that we operate as a profitable business, while providing nutritious and appealing meals to students and staff and following the guidelines of the U. S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the PA Dept. of Education
    What is considered a complete meal?
    Breakfast - Students are offered 4 components and must take 3 - one must be a fruit or juice.
     Components offered:  1. Bread/Grain, 2. Meat/Meat Alternate or additional Bread/Grain, 3. Fruit or Juice and 4. Milk

    Lunch - Students are offered 5 components and must take 3 - one must be a fruit or veggie.
    Components offered:  1. Meat/Meat Alternate 2. Bread/Grain, 3. Fruit 4. Vegetable 5. Milk.
    Note:  Some Entrees include 2 components (M/MA and B/G) such as Pizza, Burgers, Sandwiches, Breakfast Sandwich, Mini Pancakes, etc.  When an entree consists of 2 components, the student only has to take a fruit or veggie with the entree - but of course may take all components offered.

    Payment Procedures


    Neshaminy uses School Café for payments. You will need to register at https://schoolcafe.com  here you can check balances, set balance alerts, set recurring payments etc. A 5% convenience fee will be charged on all online payments.

    You'll need your child's student ID number to register. If you do not know your child’s ID number, you can call your child’s school or the Food Service Office on 215-809-6542.


    Payments can also be sent to school by cash, check, or money order. Neshaminy School District will never call your home and ask you for credit card information.


    Free / Reduced Meals


    If you were approved for free or reduced meals during the 2016-2017 school year, your eligibility will not carry over to the 2017-2018 school year. YOU MUST REAPPLY EVERY YEAR FOR FREE AND REDUCED ELIGIBILITY.


    Click HERE for more information and links to the online application forms.


    Cash / Change

    Change is not given to a student but added to the student's account since the money could get lost or be spent on something other than their meal.  Parents can send a letter requesting change be given.

    We recommend using School Café online payments or sending a check for depositing money in your child's account since we are unable to trace cash transactions.


    Seniors / Departing Students


    Graduating seniors or students leaving the district should send an email regarding balances in their account and report if they want to transfer the balance to a sibling, donate the balance to needy students or receive a refund by check.  We will ask for details in order to create a refund check.  Refund checks are sent out once a month.  If you have any questions, please call Suzanne Pritz at 215-809-6542 or email your request to spritz@neshaminy.org


    Thank you for supporting Neshaminy Food Services!