23-24 Elementary Fresh Fruit & Veggies
*Indicates locally sourced or produced items. NY Thursday is an initiative to highlight NY State grown and/or NY State produced items. The multiple local farms and businesses supporting our efforts will be highlighted on the District Website along with contact information. We will continue to indicate these items on our menus and are excited to bring these options to our students. As we continue to build relationships and expand our local foods community and offerings, our additional grant funding will continue to provide fresh fruits and vegetable healthy snacks to our Elementary students during the days at no charge to our families!
New Food Regulations "A Healthy Change"
- Summary of new regulations
- Visual picture of the new school lunch
- Visual nutritional fact sheet on "A Healthy Change"
- Frequently Asked Questions
All students will have a choice of the main entrée offered or daily building alternates. Our High School Cafeteria will be piloting a new “Daily Specials” menu offering signature wraps, vegetarian options, and salads! Students must take at least 3 of the 5 meal components offered. One item of the 3 minimum must be a fruit or a vegetable. Incomplete meals, or meals without a fruit or vegetable will be charged ala carte pricing.
Please note: The menu is subject to change.
All Grains are Whole Grain Rich.
The following items are included with the meals listed.
Breakfast: Fruit, 100% Juice, 1% Milk or Fat-Free Milk
Lunch: Salad bar, Fruit, and Fat-Free Chocolate Milk or Fat-Free Milk or 1% Milk
Daily Lunch Alternatives include: PBJ sandwich with Cheese stick, Turkey sandwich or Cheese sandwich, Fruit and Milk. Chef Salads are also available.
- Greek Salad
- Roasted Chick Peas
- Grilled Chicken
- Savory Rice
- Garlic Bread Stick
- Beef Soft Taco
- WG Tortilla
- Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato
- Sour Cream
- Fish Sandwich
- Tater Tots
- Steamed Carrots
- Baked Chicken Thigh
- Baked Sweet Potatoes
- Dinner Roll
- Tossed Romaine Salad
- Roasted Chick Peas
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