Food Service

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"We are looking for subs for food service. Sub positions will involve working in the dish room, transport person (transporting food back and forth across the parking lot) or helping serve in the High School. The hours will be from 10:00 AM to 1:15 PM. You must be able to do some lifting, washing dishes, and mopping floors as just a few duties. If you are interested in working in a fast-paced environment with a fun group of ladies, please apply down in the cafeteria, or call Lisa Rief for details. 937-845-9414."


Summer Food Service Program Information


How to add money to your child's lunch account:
1. If you would like to set up an online account, please go to and create an account for your child.
    You will need their student ID#. By creating an account, you can add money online and check your child's
    balance at any time. You can also see what they are purchasing each time they come through the lunch line.
    Please note that if you add money online, it may not show up for 24 hours, so please take that into account
    when adding money to your child's account.
A note for Parents about Payforit:
If you are having trouble creating a lunch account with try putting the prefix 2880 in front of your child’s student ID#.  Some students have this with their assigned numbers and some do not.  If that does not work try clicking on “Contact Us” to see if’s support team can help.  If you are still having a problem please call us here at Bethel (937)845-9414 ext. 11030 and ask for Lisa Rief.
2. You can bring in cash or a check to the cashier. She will add it to your child's lunch account when they come
    through the lunch line.
Bethel Schools policy is that we do not allow lunches to be charged. If a student does not have money for lunch that day, they are offered a peanut butter sandwich and a milk.  Change is not returned, all money given to the cashier is added to their lunch account.  Please note that siblings or friends may not share lunch accounts. Each student MUST use their own account.  Also, it would really help move the line along faster if each student knows their student ID# when they reach the cashier.

Plate Lunches

Our plate lunch consists of: Entree, fruit, vegetable, and milk. We also have chef salads, wraps, deli subs, sandwiches, and peanut butter & jelly sandwiches as an option to the plate lunch as available.
Plate Lunch Prices:
K-5                        $2.50
6-12                       $2.75
A la carte Milk      $0.40 

Free & Reduced Lunches

If you think you qualify for free or reduced lunches, you can fill out a form. They are available in the office, cafeteria, or online.              Free & Reduced Form

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