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April 22, 2021

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Bishop Chatard High School offers over 40 clubs and organizations that encourage students to get involved in diverse activities. Focusing on student government, service, faith formation, outdoor activities and more, there is something for everyone!

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Opportunities for peer counseling, as well as after-school study tables, are provided regularly at Bishop Chatard.

Teachers are available in their classrooms during Zero Period first thing in the morning to provide assistance to any student who seeks it.

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FREE BREAKFAST & LUNCH: The USDA has extended a waiver to provide all students free breakfast and lunch through the end of the school year! All Bishop Chatard students attending in-person class can receive complimentary breakfast and lunch in the school cafeteria. Read Full Details

Cafeteria Balances at the end of the school year

A friendly reminder to all families: Please settle any negative balances in your MyMealTime account by the end of the school year. Log in to / to access you student’s balance. Class of 2021 senior balances must be paid in full before cap and gown can be picked up.

Positive balances at the end of the school year

For students returning in the fall, positive balances in their MyMealTime account will roll over to the next school year.

For Class of 2021 Seniors or any student not returning in the fall with a positive balance: would you consider, if able, making a donation of any remaining lunch balance to help BCHS families most in need? Positive balances can also be refunded.

Please email by May 8, 2021 to let us know whether you would like to donate your remaining balance or if you would like a refund (check mailed). Please include your student's name and ID#.

Questions? Contact BCHS Cafeteria Manager, Michael Dlugsz at or (317) 251-1451 Ext. 2240.

2020-2021 Breakfast

Breakfast is served weekdays in the cafeteria 45 minutes before the first bell. Short on time? Wake up late? Don’t skip the most important meal of the day! A wide selection of nutritious grab & go items available to start the day off right and get you to class on time. Bishop Chatard participates in the School Breakfast Program (SBP).
  • A breakfast costs $2.00 and consists of a fruit, whole grain, & milk.
  • Students receiving reduced lunch are also eligible for a reduced priced breakfast and pay $0.30 per meal.
  • Students receiving free lunch also are eligible for a free breakfast daily.
  • All students must key in their student ID at the register to receive the correct benefit.
Breakfast Menu 2020


Students can bring their own lunch or create a school lunch from cafeteria offerings in two serving lines every day.
  • The cost for a Trojan Lunch is $3.25 and consists of 5 components: meat, bread, vegetable, fruit and milk.
  • Students qualifying for the National School Lunch Program are eligible to receive a “Meal Deal” for their respective benefits (free or $.40). This deal includes entrée/sandwich, vegetable, fruit, whole grain, & milk (Extra ala carte items are not included).
  • Students must choose 3 of the components (one must be a fruit or a vegetable) to have your meal considered a lunch. A student may choose up to 2 servings of fruit and vegetables. (Fruit juice is limited to 1 per meal).
  • Ala Carte offerings include entrees, sandwiches, pizza, fresh vegetable trays, & yogurt parfaits. Snacks offered for purchase include baked chips, ice cream novelties, fruit snacks, bottled water, Gatorade & Snapple products.
Lunch Menu 2020-21 Understanding the Lunchline: A Parent's Guide to Meals Combined Daily Menu 2020-21

Request for Special Dietary Needs

Read our handout about the process of requesting special diets and the form to submit the request. Dietary Request Process and Form

Paying for Lunches

Currently we do not accept payment in the cafeteria line. Cash and check payments should be deposited in the drop box in the outside the cafeteria at the bottom of the stairs - Door #10.

Pay online at MyMealtime

Mealtime is a point of sale system in which your account can be “loaded” with money and used as needed to purchase food in the cafeteria at meals. We encourage everyone to use their Mealtime account. My Meal Time Logo Read about their mobile app to manage your account MyMealTime Setup and FAQs

Pay by check or deposit

  • Checks or cash for deposit into your Mealtime account may be dropped off outside the cafeteria at (bottom of the stairs- Door #10). (Please be sure to include the student’s name or ID number on the check.)
Please note: If a student owes more than $10 on their account, parents will be contacted by the Cafeteria manager. (View charging policy). At no time will a student be ever denied a meal despite their account status.

Free/Reduced Price School Meals Program

MyMealTime - Meal Assistance Logo Because we participate in the National School Lunch Program we are able to provide free and reduced price (.40) lunches to students who qualify. Financial guidelines and applications are available throughout the school year on the school’s website. Please know that that participation is confidential and students access this benefit by using their Meal Time account just like everyone else.
Applications for the Free/Reduced School Meals Program need to be submitted each school year.
Questions? Contact Michael Dlugosz, Cafeteria Manager, at or 317-251-1451, Ext. 2240. Read about the Free/Reduced Price School Meal Program and Application

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English. To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at:, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by: (1) Mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights 1400 Independence Avenue, SW Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; (2) Fax: (202) 690-7442; or (3) Email:

Summer Programs

The Summer Food Program for Children (SFSP) serves meals to children when the National School Lunch/Breakfast Program is not available during the summer. Locations for the program are usually published in May/June. View program locations.

View this information on this page in our 2020/2021 Cafeteria Policy Handout

Bell Schedules

COVID Bell Schedules

Blue Day: Students with last names beginning with A-K attend in the building, others are online
White Day: Students with last names beginning with L-Z attend in the building, others are online L-Z;
Note: If this schedule appears empty, scroll in the calendar or click the zoom in/zoom out to see the dates

April 5-April 30 2021 COVID by Ben Reilly on Scribd

These bell schedules are not in use for the 2020-2021 school year.

Main Block Regular Schedule

Time Block Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
7:50-8:50 A Meetings/Study Table 6 5 4 3
8:55-9:55 B 1 7 6 5 4
10-11 C 2 1 7 6 5
11:05-11:35 Seminar Seminar Seminar Seminar Seminar Seminar
11:40-1:06 D 3 2 1 7 6
1:11-2:11 E 4 3 2 1 7
2:16-3:16 F 5 4 3 2 Release
11:40-12:02 'A' Lunch
12:12-12:34 'B' Lunch
12:44-1:06 'C' Lunch

Liturgy Schedule: 4 day week

Block Time
Block A 7:50 - 8:50
Block B 8:55-9:55
Seminar A/Mass 10:00-11:35
Block C 11:40 - 1:06
Block D 1:11 - 2:11
Block F 2:16 - 3:16
'A' Lunch 11:40 - 12:02
'B' Lunch 12:12 - 12:34
'C' Lunch 12:44 - 1:06

Liturgy Schedule: 5 day week

Block time
Block A 7:50 - 8:40
Block B 8:45-9:35
Seminar A/Mass 9:40-11:00
Block C 11:05 - 11:55
Block D 12:00 - 1:26
Block E 1:31 - 2:21
Block F 2:26 - 3:16
'A' Lunch 12:00 - 12:22
'B' Lunch 12:32 - 12:54
'C' Lunch 1:04 - 1:26


Block Time
1 9:55 - 10:50
2 10:55-11:50
3A 11:55-12:16
3B 12:26-12:46
3C 12:56-1:16
4 1:21 - 2:16
5 2:21-3:16


Block Time
6 9:50 - 10:33
7 10:38- 11:21
1 11:26 - 12:09
2A 12:14 - 12:36
2B 12:46-1:08
2C 1:18-1:40
3 1:45-2:28
4 2:33-3:16


Block Time
3 9:50 - 10:30
4 10:35 - 11:15
5 11:20 - 12:00
6A 12:05 - 12:26
6B 12:36-12:56
6C 1:06-1:26
7 1:31-2:11
Too much to do with too little time? Stressed about life? View the handouts below for tips from the BCHS School Counseling Department about how to handle stress. Included are apps that can help you track your stress levels!

Tips to help when you’re stressed

How to make a Stress Plan

Stress Plan Form

Online app to track stress

Click here to anonymously report bullying or harassment that you may have experienced or witnessed. Always feel free to contact your school counselor or Ms. Wilde, the social worker, with any concerns.
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis and Bishop Chatard High School are committed to providing and maintaining a learning and working environment that is free from physical, psychological, and verbal harassment. This includes racial, ethnic, religious or sexual harassment and violence. This commitment continues our longstanding policy of fair and equal treatment of every person regardless of race color, sex, national origin, age; or marital, socioeconomic, veteran, and disability status. We have an obligation to provide an environment that is free from intimidation and harassment based on any of these factors.

Harassment can result from a single incident or from a pattern of behavior in which the purpose or effect is to create a hostile, offensive, or intimidating environment. Harassment encompasses a broad range of verbal or physical behavior that can include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Physical or mental abuse, bullying, hazing, shunning
  • Direct or indirect threats, intimidation, assault
  • Racial or religious insults
  • Derogatory ethnic slurs
  • Sexual comments or sexual jokes
  • Sexual advances
  • Touching of a sexual nature (caressing)
  • Graffiti of a sexual nature
  • Displaying or distributing sexually explicit drawings, pictures and written material
  • Sexual gestures
  • Touching oneself sexually or talking about one’s sexual activity in front of others
  • Using websites as a vehicle for any type of physical or mental abuse
  • Spreading rumors about or rating other students as to sexual activity or performance.

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