Food Services


Bishop Hartley offers a wide range of nutritious and delicious food options during each of the three lunch periods.  Students can purchase the daily hot lunch, the salad bar and a variety of  à la carte items.  The daily hot lunch menu is published immediately prior to the first day of each month.  The salad bar and  à la carte items change frequently and are posted daily in the cafeteria.

The cafeteria program is once again utilizing the account system for the purchase of student lunches.  This process is optional and uses an account set up by the family into which parents may deposit money for cafeteria purchases.  Students will use their ID cards and the amount for their lunch will automatically be deducted from their account.

View the monthly HOT LUNCH MENU.


Please note, each student’s account is separate and is not listed under the family name.  Freshmen and new transfer students will need their student ID number to create an account.  Money has to be deposited into each individual account.  Outlined below is the procedure for initiating your account(s):

  • Go online to and set up an account.
  • Use a debit card, credit card or transfer funds from your checking/savings account to add money for your student(s) to purchase lunches. The school will not maintain any account information.
  • If you have more than one student and deposit money into each student’s account, it is considered one transaction.
  • Please note there is a $2 charge for each deposit transaction to use this service.

From this site you can:

  • Choose to deposit money into the Meal Plan or the À La Carte Plan
  • Meal Plan – Student can only purchase a hot meal or salad bar
  • À la Carte Plan – Student can purchase the hot meal, salad bar, or  à la carte items
  • View what your child is purchasing
  • Set-up an email warning for when your student’s account is getting low on funds

Presently, we will still accept cash for the hot meal, salad bar and à la carte items but strongly encourage families to use the account system if possible.


Thank you for inquiring about volunteering in the school cafeteria.

For those of you who are new, just a few things to make you aware of.  You will see your name on the schedule for the assigned day or sub day.  At the bottom of that day there will be an arrival time.  Because of the different things the students do, such as mass, house Wednesdays, house competitions and other events, the lunch times change daily.  Start times for lunch can be as late as 12:03 although those days are rare.  The arrival time is what time you should arrive to the cafeteria.  It gives you plenty of time to come in, get an apron on, get your hands washed and for us to show you what you are serving that day.  We will provide you an apron. just a suggestion, wear comfy shoes, but they must be closed toe.  When you arrive you can park in the visitor spots.  You will need to come in the front door of the school and sign in at the office.  If you do not know where the cafeteria is just ask Miss Goodburn at the front office to walk you down.  If for some reason you are not able to make your shift that day please call us at the school 614-237-5421 and leave a message with Miss Goodburn or text me at 614-562-3085.  Unfortunately once I get into the cafeteria in the morning I do not check this email.  If you know in advance that you need to change days or can’t make your normal day you can send that to the email a few days in advance.

Thanks again for your wiliness to help.  We look forward to seeing everyone soon!

VOLUNTEER SCHEDULE: Thank you to all cafeteria volunteers. Current and prospective volunteers can view this month’s schedule by clicking HERE. If you are able to volunteer please call Shannon Payer at 614-237-5421 ext. 10612 or e-mail her at


Your child may qualify for free or reduced price lunches. LEARN MORE.


All children ages 1 through 18 are eligible to receive free meals during the summer months at participating program sites. Individuals ages 19 through 21 who have been identified as having mental or physical disabilities and are following Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) through their current enrollment in educational programs also are eligible for free summer meals.

For more information or to find a location near you call 1-866-3-HUNGRY (486479) or learn more HERE!