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Food Services

Carla Escribano
Director of Food and Nutrition Services


The QV Café strives each day to provide delicious, nutritious meals for our students. Breakfast and lunch is served daily. For the 2018-2019 school year, breakfast is $1.50, lunch is $2.90 per day, and a premium lunch (middle and high school) is $3.75 per day.


At the elementary schools, there is a lunch choice of five meals each day, the advertised meal as well as "Daily Alternate" meals. At the middle and high schools, in addition to the advertised lunch, there is a variety of a la carte items from which to choose as well as the Lunch Box Deli, Made to Order Salad, Homemade Pizza, Grab and Go, and chicken sandwiches. Please visit "Menus" on the left.


Federal nutrition standards govern our school meals as follows:

  • Age-­appropriate calorie limits
  • Larger servings of vegetables and fruits (Students must take at least 1⁄2 cup of fruits or vegetables to count toward the meal price)
  • A wider variety of vegetables, including dark green, red/orange and legumes
  • Fat‐free or 1% milk (Flavored milk must be fat-free)
  • More whole grains
  • Less sodium
QV Café at Edgeworth Elementary School 412-749-3635
Ida Verbene - Cafeteria Lead
Erika Ferderbar, Cashier
Marlene Kot, Worker
QV Café at Osborne Elementary School 412-749-4006
Rose Berry - Cafeteria Lead
Shannon Homan, Cashier
Michele Kremer, Worker
QV Café at Middle School 412-749-5069
Brenda Kovacs, Cafeteria Lead
Cindy McClain, Cashier
Diane Bell, Cashier
Noleen Hess, Worker
Amie McCombs, Worker
QV Café at High School 412-749-6023
Cathy Bradovich, Cafeteria Lead
Amanda Collins, Cashier
Alice Stanley, Worker
Maria Michenzi, Worker
Davon Randazzo, Floating Worker and Cashier

Food Service Forms & Links
VISIT to pay for school meals with a credit card, view patron participation report as well as patron balance.
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