Pricing for the 2023-2024 school year will be as follows:

  • Elementary Student Breakfast: Full Price Meal: $1.20, Reduced Price Meal: $0.30
  • Elementary Student Lunch: Full Price Meal: $2.50, Reduced Price Meal: $0.40

Manage Student's Lunch Account

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Make payments to your student’s lunch account online! When adding your student make sure to choose Berkley Charter School as your district. Have an account already? Just add another district to your account.

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Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g., Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.) should contact the responsible Agency or USDA’s TARGET Center at (202) 720-2600 (voice and TTY) or contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.

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Berkley Charter School Visitor Lunch Schedule

School Lunch Visitor Schedule

Students may purchase a school lunch or bring a packed lunch from home. Food from outside vendors is not permitted.

Parents are welcome to eat lunch with ONLY their child on the assigned day at the tables outside in the court yard area. If the weather is unfavorable visitors will not be permitted. Parents and/or visitors for lunch must check in at the front office, show ID, and sign in at the visitor registry. All lunch visitors must be listed on the student’s emergency card and marked as “Allowed Personal Contact.” No visitors are permitted on Fridays or Early Release days. Parents must stay in the court yard area near the café where the tables are located. Also be mindful of the lunch times to ensure your student goes back to class when his/her class leaves the café. We are not able to provide lunch to visitors at this time. If you want, please bring your own packed lunch and meet your student outside the café at the tables. Your student can bring his/her lunch and meet you at the tables.

 We want students to get acclimated to a regular routine at the beginning of the school year so lunch visitors will not start until after the beginning of September.

Students with last names beginning with the following letters will be allowed lunch visitors on the following day of the week:

Monday – U-Z
Tuesday – A-G
Wednesday – H-M
Thursday – N-T

The café is closed to outside visitors the last quarter of the school year due to multiple activities and end of the year testing generally scheduled during this time frame.


Lunch Visit Procedures:
(beginning of September – the end of the third Quarter)


  1. Only your child will be allowed to eat lunch with you. Adults visiting must be on the emergency card with “allowed personal contact” indicated.
  2. No outside vendor food is allowed. Packed lunch only.
  3. Lunch visit must take place during the child’s regularly scheduled lunch time.
  4. Meet your child outside the café.
  5. Utilize tables outside the café in the court yard.
  6. No lunch visits allowed on campus during unfavorable weather.
  7. No pictures, video, or audio recordings allowed on campus.
  8. Visitors may not visit any other areas of the campus without prior approval.
  9. Any questions or concerns may be addressed in the office or with a school administrator. The staff lunch monitors are to be focused on student safety and monitoring.