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FOOD SERVICE PROGRAMS

Minisink Valley Central School District is committed to providing students with a high quality food services program featuring nutritious, fresh foods, prepared daily, and properly presented. All food and beverage items offer in our schools each day are in accordance with the Federal Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, and meet all other local and state regulations.

BREAKFAST AND LUNCH MENUS

Monthly menus are regularly posted to the Lunch Services page. If you need to access these menus in a different format, please contact Diane Super, lunch services coordinator, at dsuper@minisink.com.

November Menus
 

SMART SNACKS IN SCHOOL

In addition the daily meals, students in grades 6-12 have the opportunity to purchase foods and beverages "à la carte" during breakfast and lunch periods. These items comply with the "Smart Snacks in School" nutrition standards which limit caloric, sodium, fat and sugar content. 

This program provides students with supplemental nourishment to accommodate their busy schedules and extra-curricular activities. 

MYSCHOOLBUCKS

MySchoolBucks helps parents manage, monitor and review their children’s food purchases, right from their computers or smartphones. You can prepay for breakfast, lunch and/or snacks, restrict certain types of purchases, and set spending limits.

To get started, go directly to MySchoolBucks.com and set up an account. 

To encourage participation in MySchoolBucks, the district is providing one free meal with every $30 prepayment to a student’s account. 

Parents continue to have the option of prepaying with cash or check. 

If you have any questions on how to set up your child’s MySchoolBucks account, contact our food service director, Marilyn DiGregorio, at 355-5116, or office clerk, Cheryl Bellew, at 355-5217. 

NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH AND BREAKFAST PROGRAM

Under this program, the district receives funding from the state and federal governments and is authorized to offer free or reduced-cost meals to families who meet specific income guidelines. 

To find out if your child is eligible for free or reduced-price meals view and print the application.

This document may also be found in the Forms/Publications section of the district's website. Hard copies can be obtained at the main office of each school, or the office of Diane Super, registrar and school lunch coordinator. 

You can submit completed forms to Diane Super by email at dsuper@minisink.com, or send the form with your child to school.

Students who qualify for a free or reduced price lunch also qualify for a free or reduced breakfast, at the same price.

MEAL PRICES FOR THE 2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR

Breakfast:

  • Elementary/Intermediate - .75¢
  • Middle and High School - $1.00

Lunch:

  • Elementary/Intermediate - $1.75
  • Middle and High School - $1.95

FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR CONTACT

Marilyn DiGregorio
845-355-5116