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PayForIt (Cafeteria and Student Fees)

"We are looking for subs for food service.  The hours will vary. You must be able and willing to do food preparation, lifting, washing dishes, and mopping floors etc. If you are interested in working in a fast-paced environment with a fun group, please apply at the Board Office, or call Debbie Miller for details. 330-385-6831"

How to add money to your child's lunch account:

1. If you would like to set up an online account, please go to PayForIt.net 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.

If you have a problem logging in, please call us here at  (330) 385-6831 and ask for Joy Bock.

 

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.

 

Please note that siblings or friends may not share lunch accounts. Each student MUST use their own account.  

Meal Prices

  • Breakfast

The Beaver Local School District will provide a free breakfast to all students. Any additional meals or ala carte items will be charged at full price.

  • Lunch

Elementary $2.55

High School/Middle School $2.80

Policy on Charging Lunches

An unpaid food service debt that is sixty or more days past due will be taken to the Treasurer’s Office for possible action. Any charges associated with a small claims court filing or fees charged by a collection agency shall be added to the unpaid debt due the district. The district will delay such action when a parent(s)/guardian(s) agrees to eliminate the debt by making timely payments in accordance with an alternative payment plan authorized by the food service department.  If other extenuating circumstances apply, each situation will be handled individually.

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.    

 

 

In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.