Food Services Department
Welcome back to another year of school lunch!IMPORTANT TO NOTE: The Universal Free Meal program that was utilized during Covid-19 has expired, and we will be using “free”, “reduced” and “paid” status for School Year 2022-2023. Find information and forms on the Free and Reduced Lunch Resources page or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 758-2241 ex 38010. A free or reduced status assists us with funding and provides benefits for your family. If your student is considering a college track, they are entitled to SATs at no charge, as well as fee waivers on college applications. That savings can add up!Funds can be added to your child's MySchoolBucks account to pay for ala carte items, additional meals, and snacks.
View school menus here. Please note that breakfast menus appear on the lunch menu.
The Food Services Department continues to be committed to providing your child with safe and nutritious meals for the upcoming school year.
To ensure everyone’s safety, we follow all CDC, SED and Department of Health safety measures for food handling by practicing glove usage, washing, rinsing and sanitizing all kitchen equipment, counter tops and utensils.
We would like to introduce you to some of our local vendors as we pursue our NYS 30% initiative of having 30 percent or more of our menu items sourced from New York State farms and businesses.
Lawrence AnthonyDirector of Food ServiceTel. 845-758-2241 ext. 38100Email - email@example.com
- Slate Farm for beef and chicken
- Hudson Valley Fresh Milk (Dutchess and Ulster Farms)
- Feather Ridge Farm Eggs (Elizaville)
- Our Daily Bread (Chatham)
- Upstate Farms for yogurt and cheese
- Dagel Bros. Farm