Student Life

Dining

Hybrid Model Dining Procedures

The Dining Hall point-of-sale system offers a pre-paid debit system where funds deposited into student accounts can be debited at the time of food purchase. All student accounts are active for use unless we are notified by student or parent to deactivate their account. In addition, lost cards are the same as lost cash – please notify us when a card is lost. The Dining Hall will no longer accept a picture of a
student ID card that is on a phone, iPad, etc.  You must present your ID card at the time of purchase.

Any student account that has a balance due greater than $20 will have their account suspended until monies are deposited into their account. Prior to the account reaching this suspended status, students have been verbally or electronically notified that their account has a negative balance. When an account is suspended, we will send an e-mail to parents notifying them the Student ID card is
no longer available to purchase food.

New families: there is a few week lag time between the taking of ID photos and distribution of the actual Student ID card. During this period you may send your student(s) to school with cash –or request a temporary paper card from the Dining Hall.

Payment Options
Two Ways to Put Money into Your Dining Hall Debit Account

1. In person/on campus: The Dining Hall will accept cash, check, credit card or Apple Pay to load money onto a student account. Simply visit Dining Hall during break or lunch (or freshman orientation). Returning students will need their Student ID number found on their student body ID card. (Student ID numbers
roll over from year to year so this number will not change.) There is NO fee for this method of pre-paid accounts. Accounts without sufficient balances will be rejected at the point-of-sale upon checkout.
2. Online through myschoolaccount.com: this method of pre-pay requires the establishment of an account at myschoolaccount.com prior to using. When setting up an account online, you will need your student’s ID card number, and make sure you select Justin-Siena when choosing your school option. There is a $2 service fee charged for each deposit made through the myschoolaccount.com. Student purchase history can be viewed on a rolling 30-day basis.

Questions?
For questions related to the online account, refer to
myschoolaccount.com’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

COVID-19 Dining Hall Modifications
Aside from our routine health and safety protocol, we are implementing additional steps to ensure the safety of students and staff.  These actions will include frequent personal and contact surface sanitizing and daily health surveys and temperature checks for employees. 

Students will not be allowed to gather or eat in the dining hall.  

An additional precautionary step will be to eliminate the "Grab'n Go '' nature of the Dining Hall, replacing it with a preordering food purchase system

Microwave units will not be available.





Our Dining Hall

Operated by Ann and Tom Bassett, parents of a Justin-Siena graduate and longtime members of the Braves community, the Dining Hall offers a wide variety of fresh and tasty food. Accommodating all sorts of diets and palates, the Dining Hall is a great lunch option for students. Daily specials are posted by the month and advertised in the Braves Bulletin and via the Daily Announcements. Whether you are wanting a hearty lunch, a light snack, or something to sweeten up on, there are plenty of good choices. Perhaps you've been lucky enough to have had one of the Bassett's famous chocolate chip cookies? So popular among our students, these cookies are often requested and sent as care packages to lucky college students in need of a little taste of “home.”

For more information, contact

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of Ann Bassett

    Ann Bassett 

    707.255.0950 ext. 656
  • Photo of Tom Bassett

    Tom Bassett 

    (707) 255-0950 ext. 656

Justin-Siena High School

4026 Maher Street
Napa, CA, 94558
United States
T: 707.255.0950 
F: 707.255.0334
Justin-Siena is a Lasallian Catholic college preparatory community that serves young men and women in grades 9–12.