Breakfast & Lunch Menus

Please Note:  Although we do our best to serve the menu as planned, substitutions may be necessary from time to time. Additionally, in the event of a two-hour delay, middle and high schools will offer a modified breakfast menu; however, due to time constraints, breakfast will not be served at the elementary level.

2018-2019 Meal Prices

Elementary Breakfast - $1.60  
Secondary Breakfast - $1.60  
Reduced Price Breakfast - $0.30  
Adult Breakfast - $2.10    
Elementary Lunch - $2.75  
Secondary Lunch - $2.85 and $3.20  
Reduced Price Lunch - $0.40  

Adult Lunch - $3.95 and $4.25     

What makes a meal?

The District participates in the National School Breakfast and National School Lunch Programs.  These programs require certain meal components be taken by the students in order for us to provide meals at the prices listed above. For meals, we offer fruits, vegetables, meat (or meat alternatives), grain, and milk. For breakfasts, students must take three items in order to purchase the regular meal. For lunch, students must take three items, but are also required to take at least a fruit or vegetable. If students do not take the required items, cashiers will encourage them to take the necessary items before charging a la carte prices.
For more details about the meal components, please see our reimbursable breakfast and lunch information on the website. The District is committed to providing healthy meal options for all students. Substitutions and modifications to meals can be made for students with disabling special dietary needs.  In order for these accommodations to be made, parents should return a completed Medical Plan of Care for School Food Service form, signed by a physician, to the school nurse or Food Services Department at the Administration Center.    

What's Cooking in 2019


The District’s Physical Activity and Nutrition Advisory Council (PANAC) serves as an advisory committee regarding student health issues, periodically reviewing and recommending changes to the District’s Student Wellness Policy. Every three years the District is required to complete a formal evaluation of this policy and building administration is required to assess how well individual schools are implementing the policy. The most recent assessments are found online.


PANAC also serves as a Food Services Advisory Council providing students, parents/guardians, and staff the opportunity to provide feedback on the District’s Food Services Program.    PANAC continues looking for students, parents, and staff who may be interested in participating on the council this year.  This year's remaining are scheduled at 4:00 PM on 2/13/19, and 4/10/19 at the Administration Center for Education.  Please contact Dr. Argot  if you are interested in volunteering.    



February 1 Menu

Due to school closing on Thursday, January 31, schools will follow the January 31 menus, on Friday, February 1.


Cycle Days

Due to the weather related changes in schedule, please do not rely on the cycle days listed on the menu. Cycle days are found on the District’s online calendar

Lucky Tray Day (February 6) – Elementary schools

Find a special marked tray and get your special prize. 


Chef Adam – Red Land High School (February 6) and Crossroads Middle School (February 27)    
Chef Adam’s Omelet Bar travels to Red Land High School on February 6. Keep your eyes open for some of our very own Cumberland Perry Area Vocational Technical School (CPAVTS) students working in the kitchen with Chef Adam on this special day.  Look for Chef Adam’s Build Your Own Soup Bar on February 27 at Crossroads Middle School.    


Brunch for Lunch (February 15 and 25) – All schools    

  • February 15 French Toast Sticks and Sausage

  • February 25 Pancakes and Sausage      

Returning Monthly Favorites

  • Twin Nittany Franks (February 5)
  • Twin Soft Beef Tacos (February 7)
  • Mom’s Popcorn Chicken Bowl (February 12)
  • Pulled Pork Sandwich (January 19)
  • Turkey Tuscan Flatbread (January 18-Secondary Schools)
  • Bacon Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup (February 26)
  • Open Faced Turkey Sandwich with Mashed Potatoes (Secondary Schools February 27)
  • Walking Nachos (February 28)
  • Regular and Specialty Pizzas (Secondary Schools Daily

    Street Eatz (high schools) – February’s Street Eatz features our Nacho Bar with your choice of cheese or meat coupled with lettuce, tomato, onion, black olives, jalapenos, salsa, and sour cream.

New Item 

  • Roasted Corn and Peppers – All Schools (February 28)



The West Shore School District is an equal opportunity provider and Food Services Department is always looking to add new staff members to our substitute food service roster. Click here for more information about working for food services.  Please contact Mrs. Shaffer or Dr. Argot at 717-938-9577 if interested. 


Applications for free and reduced price meals are available on our website and may be submitted anytime during the school year.  Students of families who qualify are able to eat a free/reduced breakfast and lunch every day.  Once approved, eligibility remains in place for the remainder of the school year.    

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