• Grades 9 – 12
    Beech Grove High School
    Beech Grove High School
  • Grades 7 – 8
    Beech Grove Middle School
    Beech Grove Middle School
  • Grades 4 – 6
    South Grove Intermediate School
    South Grove Intermediate School
  • Grades 2 – 3
    Central Elementary
    Central Elementary
  • Grades K – 1
    Hornet Park Elementary
    Hornet Park Elementary
  • Pre-K
    Hornet Park Early Childhood Center
    Hornet Park Early Childhood Center

Food Services Information

Dulcie Holcomb
Food Service Director
dholcomb@bgcs.k12.in.us
317-786-1447

PLEASE EMAIL DULCIE WITH ALL FOOD SERVICE QUESTIONS AND ACCOUNT BALANCE INQUIRIES.

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  • Food Service Director's Letter

    Dear Beech Grove City Schools families,

    Chartwells is honored and excited to serve the students and community of Beech Grove City Schools. Our mission is to serve nutritious, well-balanced meals that appeal to students and the community, as well as introduce fresh and innovative concepts to school dining. With Chartwells, students will be able to take advantage of “Balanced,” our signature comprehensive wellness program that teaches students and the school community how to make sound choices for a healthy lifestyle. This award-winning program provides nutrition education and a meal guidance system for students to choose the most nutritious option for selecting meals, snacks, and beverages at school. Balanced selections meet high nutrition standards and consist of whole grains, low-fat dairy, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat options. We will offer Environments, our age-specific, customized dining program that resonates with students, administrators and parents alike. It transforms the typical cafeteria into a unique social learning experience and encourages students to make balanced choices in the cafeteria, in the classroom, and at home. At the elementary level, Chartwells’ nutrition and physical activity ambassadors, “Ava Eat,” “Sydney C. Learn,” and “Theodore Live”, engage students about the importance of selecting a balanced meal and participating regularly in physical activity. At the secondary level, this healthy approach will continue with ethnically diverse menus that appeal to students from all backgrounds. We look forward to seamlessly integrating our innovative programs into Beech Grove City Schools, where students will discover how to enjoy meals that are well balanced and nutritious. To learn more about us, visit our website at eatlearnlive.com, or contact me directly. We are excited to partner with Beech Grove City Schools to provide a great program and be engaged in the Beech Grove community.

    This institution is an equal opportunity provider

  • Lunch Payments

    PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU ARE CHECKING YOUR BALANCE ON MYSCHOOLBUCKS. SKYWARD WILL NOT BE ACCURATE. 

    My School Bucks Lunch Payments

  • Lunch Angels

    If you would like to become a Lunch Angel please print off the following sheet and send it to: 

    Operations
    5334 Hornet Ave
    Beech Grove, In. 46107

  • Food Allergy Information

  • Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)

    We are pleased to inform you that Beech Grove Schools will be implementing the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for meals served on the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program for the remainder of the 2022-2023 school year.

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Health Services Information

Brandee Beikman, RN, BSN – School Health Supervisor

Kristen Gaither, RN – School Nurse
BEECH GROVE HIGH SCHOOL (Grades 9 – 12)
(317) 786-1447

Tona Propes, LPN
BEECH GROVE MIDDLE SCHOOL (Grades 7 – 8)
(317) 784-6649

Erica Mimms, RN
SOUTH GROVE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL (Grades 4 – 6)
(317) 786-7687

Mary Wilson, LPN
CENTRAL ELEMENTARY (Grades 2 – 3)
(317) 784-4565

Karen Brewer, RN
HORNET PARK ELEMENTARY (Grades PK – 1)
(317) 780-5050

School Attendance Policy

  • Anyone with flu symptoms and a fever of greater than 100 are encouraged to call their doctor.
  • Any child with a fever of 100 or greater will be sent home from school. They are not to return to school until they are fever free for 24 hours per the following directions:
  • The Center for Disease Control and Marion County Health Department has told the schools that students should stay home from school for at least 24 hours after their fever (100°F or 37.8°C) is gone. (The fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine, such as Tylenol® or Ibuprofen)