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Beachwood City Schools

Food Services


Modified Lunch Program -  Remote Learning Only     
All students can pickup meals at the High School Shakercrest entrance for all grades from 11:15am-1pm or 2:15pm - 3:00pm, Monday (3 lunches) and Thursday (4 lunches). There will be a curbside pickup table outside the back doors. Free meals have been extended through June 2021. We will have a one week rolling menu subject to change based off supply and demand.  

***Fairmount, Bryden and Hilltop will need to fill out a survey for any take home bags.

School Lunch Program 

Beachwood City Schools follows the National School Lunch Program, which consists of five components: 1) Meat/Meat Alternative; 2) Grain; 3) Fruit; 4) Vegetable; and 5) Milk. Students must take three of the five components, one of which must be a fruit or vegetable. Fresh fruits and vegetables selections are offered daily at all schools. All items sold meet the USDA Nutritional Standards for "All Foods Sold in Schools".

  • Bryden: At Bryden the students are served a full meal, no additional items are available for purchase. 
  • Hilltop: Additional items for purchase include water bottles, extra fruit, extra vegetables, yogurt, string cheese and a selection of snack items. 
  • BMS & BHS: Many additional items for purchase include lunch options, beverages, snacks, full salad bar and feature items. 
Lunch & Milk Prices
Lunch and milk prices are approved annually by the Beachwood Board of Education.
Bryden & Hilltop: $3.00
BMS & BHS: $3.25
Lactose-free milk is available upon request
Student Lunch Accounts & Payments
We use Infinite Campus to make online payments, check balances to view your student's transactions. We accept cash in all schools; no change is given at the Elementary Schools. We do not accept checks. Funds are required to be available on your students lunch account prior to making a purchase. CLICK HERE to login to Infinite Campus. Beachwood City School does not permit negative-balance accounts or provide credit. In the cafeterias your student uses their ID# to key in a pin pad for lunch purchase. At Bryden we provide cards to scan for purchases.
Food Allergies
Food allergies are becoming more common in the school setting. There are many students in the district who have severe food allergies. Beachwood Schools has replaced peanut butter with WowButter, a soy-based alternative. All Beachwood schools offer peanut-free tables and lactose-free milk. Click here for more information about keeping kids safe from food allergies.




Lucy DuHaime
Resident Director Beachwood City Schools
AVI Foodsystems, Inc.
Office 216-292-2352


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Lucy DuHaime, Resident Director
AVI Foodsystems Inc.
[email protected]

Founded in 1960, AVI Foodsystems has quickly become the largest, family-owned food service company in the United States. Employing thousands of men and women, we service millions of customers from our local branch offices located strategically throughout the Midwest and Eastern United States.

From the onset, AVI’s mission has focused on people − discovering their needs and providing our clients with the highest quality, most innovative, imaginative food service programs in the industry − each program tailored to the individual needs of their clients.AVI serves some of the most prestigious institutions in America, including manufacturing facilities, retail locations, corporate office complexes, universities, schools and healthcare settings. We’re proud to serve Beachwood City Schools District!