It's a new school year at Bishop McNamara; get ready for new culinary adventures with SAGE Dining Services! Our dedicated and talented chefs and dining service team are excited to share our seasonal menus featuring products from our local farms and suppliers.
We also have an exciting array of food stations, special events, and Educational Seasonings. Breakfast Around the World; Tasty Tomatoes and Marvelous Mushrooms to name a few.
By enrolling in our declining balance (debit) program, students spend less time in line and more time enjoying their meal.
CONTROL THEIR SPENDING
Once the dining account has been established, your student may access the funds at the cash register. The student selects a meal and the cashier will prompt him to swipe his card at the register.
MONEY WELL SPENT
Only your student can access the funds on his account. The money can only be used in the school's dining hall to purchase food during lunch.
ROLLOVERS AND REFUNDS
All remaining balances roll over to the next year at the end of the school year. For graduating seniors, any balance may be refunded after graduation.
CHECK IT OUT
SAGE Dining Services" has a website for the parents of Bishop McNamara which can be accessed day or night. Features include: adding funds to your student's account through credit card or electronic check payments, viewing menus and learning more about the great dining programs offered at Bishop McNamara High School.
MY KIDS SPENDING: ON-LINE DINING ACCOUNT ACCESS
SAGE offers parents access to set up and manage their student's declining balance account through a website called My Kids Spending (see SAGE link below) and then go to "Student Dining Account" to learn more about My Kids Spending, register for an account, and add funds to your student's dining account.
To learn more about SAGE Dining Services, My Kids Spending, menus and nutrition, go to SAGE Dining.
Making God Known, Loved, and Served: Celebrating Holy Week at Home
Holy Week represents each year the high point of the liturgical calendar with the celebrations that accompany it - Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Vigil, and Easter Sunday - that allow for Christians to experience the fullness of the Paschal Mystery. Jesus's life, death, and resurrection are all connected and this time provides a poignant reminder that we are all united in Christ.
Yet, because we cannot gather in person for Holy Week celebrations this year in our collective witness to #FLATTENTHECURVE, below is a link to some resources to make this time meaningful and prayerful with your family as we await the joy of Easter.