Food Services

You'll find helpful information regarding the food services provided to West Perry School District students. This page contains documents such as the Meal Charge Policy and Student Wellness policy, as well as links to the National School Lunch Program and MySchoolBucks.

Lunch Accounts

Students who purchase breakfast or lunch from West Perry School District do so using their student account. Parents can add funds to a students' account using several methods. Checks can be sent to the school in a sealed envelope with the student's name and homeroom. 
Additionally, parents can create a "MySchoolBucks" account to monitor the transactions made by students and to add additional funds to a students' account.

To create a "MySchoolBucks" account, visit and click the "Sign Up Today" button. After your account is created, you can begin using your MySchoolBucks account to monitor transactions and add additional funds to the account.


National School Lunch Program

The National School Lunch Program provides free or reduced price meals to qualified students. Families who qualify may be notified via a direct certification letter. If you have not received a letter, you may complete an application to determine your eligibility. The application may be completed online or if you do not have access to a computer or Internet, you may print a copy of the application.

For more information about the National School Lunch Program, view our CEP Letter to Households

To complete the online application, go to

If you prefer the paper application, download the application (english) or (espanol), print and complete it (you will need adobe reader to view the document). The paper application should be returned to the following address:
West Perry District Office
Attn: Food Services
2606 Shermans Valley Road 
Elliottsburg PA 17024

View the Instructions for Completing the Paper Application.

Summer Meals

Nutritious free meals are available for teens 18 and younger at many locations throughout the summer, while school is out of session. USDA offers a search tool to identify locations closest to your address. Visit to learn more.

School Wellness

View the School Wellness Triennial Assessment.