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 UASD Food Service

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Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) Supplemental Payments

 

Uniontown area School District Meal Distribution

The United States Department of Agriculture has extended a waiver through December 31, 2020, to School Food Authorities (SFA) that permits us to operate under the Summer Feeding Service Program (SFSP) guidelines as we did when the pandemic began in March.  Children 18 and under including those who are not of school-age yet, will receive breakfast and lunch free of charge.  Beginning Tuesday, September 8, 2020, parents or designated persons may pick up meals for the students at the school of their choice.  You no longer need to pre-order meals.
As per program guidelines, we request that parents do not visit multiple schools to request duplicate meals.  This can jeopardize the program.  Meal distribution in all schools will be Monday through Friday, 10:00-1:00.  Thank you.
Chuck Brown, Director of Food Service
724-439-5000 ext 1533

 

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Welcome to the Uniontown Area School District (UASD) Food Service page.
We hope this site is able to assist you will all of your dining service needs.
UASD is now using the statewide online paperless Free & Reduced application system.
Click here to access online system for application.
Households with computer access are encouraged to apply online using the new system.
You will need your child’s student ID number to complete the application.  Paper applications are still available upon request by calling the main office of the building your child attends.

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UASD Mission Statement

Children’s bodies and brains are in a constant state of growth throughout elementary, middle and high school. Proper nutrition plays a critical role in their lives and education.There are numerous studies that link nutrition to academic success. Not only can nutrition influence a student’s academic success but also their social and behavioral development as well. The staff of UASD Food Service is committed to implementing a nutrient rich program that operates within the guideline of the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs that allows each student to reach their full academic potential, full physical and mental growth and achieve life lasting health and well being.