updated: April 22, 2019
Food Service Accounts
Food Service is completely CASHLESS. Students key in their Student IDs to access their Food Service balances to pay for items at school. This cashless system speeds-up our lines and allows you to have more control over your child’s nutrition choices during the school day. Log on to the Infinite Campus Portal to view individual or multiple student meal account balances, sign up to receive low balance e-mail notifications, and view daily meal purchases in real time.
The process is very simple! Login to the same Campus Portal you visit for Annual Registration, grades and attendance information: Parent Portal
Review balances and transactions in the Food Service tab.
Add funds to the student account in the Payments tab. All transactions are delivered over a secure network. You can add additional funds at any time.
If you have any questions/issues with your Food Service access, please contact Karyn Shipp at firstname.lastname@example.org
Piper Café Overview
The Piedmont High School Administration, Director of Nutrition and Food Services staff have enhanced the quality and variety of items offered, giving students greater control, promoting awareness of whole food menu options and their nutritional benefits of the foods they choose. This engages students in the process of change and integrates nutrition education into our course curriculum.
Nutrition supports collaboration and a stronger community. Giving our students healthier options during brunch and lunch will only encourage them to remain on campus where they can positively interact with friends, faculty, and staff.
Chef M’Lisa Kelley, PHS Nutrition Director & Executive Chef
Chef M’Lisa (pronounced Melissa) Kelley started her career in the kitchen and garden of her childhood home, helping her mother plan good things to eat and grow that would add to the family dinner table.
This "eat local" way of caring for people has recently become very popular, but it has always had deep roots for Kelley. It has formed the cornerstone of her approach to good food as a way to care for our children and their bodies. She was lucky enough to be chosen as a US delegate to Terra Madre, the international food conference sponsored by Slow Food International, in Torino Italy in 2008, which she attended along with Alice Waters of Chez Pannise fame.
Kelley graduated from Johnson and Wales University in Providence, R.I. Before coming to the Piper Café, Kelley operated restaurants and catered events for Nordstrom, headed up the spa kitchen at the Claremont Resort and Spa in Berkeley, and spent 11 years at Seneca Center, designing and implementing a good food system for in-need children and their families. Kelley makes her home with her husband Troy, and their daughter.