North Penn School Nutrition Services (NPSNS)

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  • When / Where does Home and School meet? Can I attend?
Walton Farm Home and School meets the second Tuesday of every month (except December) at 6:30 PM in the School Cafeteria. (Check website for any changes to the schedule) We discuss all activities that are currently going on in the school, as well as receive a financial update of all fundraising activities and decide where we need to allocate money for our children. A Teacher Representative will faithfully attend and provide input to the many activities and concerns that our children are experiencing. All are welcome to attend and are greatly encouraged to find out what is New and Good at Walton Farm. TOP
  • How can I get in contact with my son/daughter's teacher?
You may call the office from 8:00 - 4:00 PM and leave your name, number and a brief message with one of the secretaries. Walton Farm also has voice mail. Your message will be forwarded to the appropriate individual within 24 hours of receipt. TOP
  • My son/daughter forgot their .... lunch, gym clothes, book(s), homework.
    How can I get it to them?
If you happen to see that your son/daughter is missing something from their daily routine, you are more than welcome to drop off their missing item at the front office. Mrs. Fox and Ms. Kless are always accommodating to make sure that our children receive any missing items. TOP
  • In case of inclement weather, what is the school closing information?
School closings are announced on WNPV-1440 or KYW-1060. Listen for NPSD Code 303 or call 215-368-7663 for recording. School closings are also announced on the NPTV (Comcast Cable channel 28 and Verizon FIOS channel 29). TOP
  • I want to find out how much money is in my child's lunch Account. How can I do this?
You can create an account at www.schoolcafe.com. Here you can add money to the account, check balance and see what your child spent money on. With this program you can also set up an alert if the account balance is running low. The cafeteria will also send home a note or tell your child, if the account balance is low. You can always call the school cafeteria to obtain the balance of your child's account as well. TOP
  • What happens to the money in their lunch account at the end of the school year?
At the end of the school year, a form is sent home to each child who has a balance in his/her account. You may indicate on this form that you would like a refund, or that the money may stay in the account for the next school year. If your child is in sixth grade, the money may be refunded or it will be transferred to Pennfield Middle School TOP
  • What time is breakfast served in the cafeteria?
Breakfast is served in the mornings on arrival time. Breakfast is served on the grab and go program. Students are allowed to grab their breakfast and take it back to their classroom.
  • My son/daughter has a food allergy. Who should I talk to about this?
If your son/daughter has a food allergy, you should alert the school office as well as the child's teaching staff as soon as possible. The school office will advise you as to further steps you need to take. Your child's class will be informed that there is a food allergy that they need to be made aware of, so as to not send any food to school which contain that substance. TOP
  • Where can I get a copy of the lunch menu?
At the end of the month, your child will receive a hard copy of the school menu delivered home with them for the upcoming calendar month and also there is one published on this website.  TOP
  • My son/daughter is not taking the bus. How early may I drop them off at school?
You can drop off your child from 8:30 until 8:50 near the first grade centrum (student drop-off location) of the school. Children coming to school after 8:50 are considered late and need to stop at the front office and inform the secretaries. TOP
  • Who do I call if I have a problem with the bus?
If you have questions or concerns regarding bus schedules, you may call the North Penn School District Transportation Office at 215-368-9807 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on weekdays only. Parents should be assured that questions and requests will be processed according to “priority”—with concerns regarding student safety receiving immediate attention. TOP
  • Wow, it seems like the Home and School Association does a lot. How can I help?
You are so right. Home and School does a great deal. It could not happen without the involvement of parents and the faculty and staff here at Walton Farm. It takes a lot of work to make all the events here at Walton Farm happen, so the more hands the better. You can investigate by attending one of our Home and School Meetings, volunteer for an event (c, or contact one of our board members to see how you can help. TOP
  • I work during the day, but would like to volunteer in another manner. Are there other ways I can help?
There are several activities that parents can do to help Home and School. To name a few, our book binding committee looks for typists , evening chaperons for events, sending in baked goods for parties / events, etc. TOP