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Food Services

Free and Reduced Meals

Just a reminder: households can apply for meal benefits at anytime throughout the school year. If you have had a change of income or if your household size has changed, please feel free to contact the School Lunch office at (315)764-3700 ext 3114.

Click below to download the application.  Information on the program can be found in the letter to parents on the right side of this page.
 

Visit the link above to deposit money into your child’s school meal account or view your child’s account balance online.  

 

*Your MyNutrikids.com account has been successfully upgraded and transferred to mySchoolBucks, the new partner for online school meal payments.  The site offeres more information, improved features and increased security.  You may have already visited mySchoolBucks.com and experienced all it has to offer.  If you have not had the opportunity to visit the site, we encourage you to begin using this new site immediately, with the same login information from MyNutrikids.com.  

 

 

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Meal Charges Regulation 
Lunch prices for the 2017-18 school year

Elementary Schools - $2.25

Jr. High and High School - $2.35

Reduced Breakfast and Lunch - $.25

Full Student Breakfast Price - $1.20


Parents may prepay for their child’s meals by bringing/sending a check to their child’s school or to the District's School Lunch Office. The check should be made payable to "Massena Central School District".

If a student forgets his/her lunch money, a charge policy is in place in all buildings. Please contact the District's School Lunch Office for more information.
 
 
Introducing the next generation of 5 A Day!
The CDC has updated its fruits and vegetables Web site to reflect the new Fruits & Veggies-More Matters TM campaign, which takes the place of the 5 A Day program. Visit the new FruitsandVeggiesMatter.gov Web site to get tools and information to help you eat more fruits and vegetables each day!
 
WIC Nutrition Program
Woman Infants and Children (WIC) is a program designed to help educate and supplement the diet of children and pregnant or breastfeeding women. WIC focuses on the benefits of nutritional foods at an early age.
For more information about the program and how to qualify, click here.
Food Services Goes Online
Massena Central School District’s Food Service Department is now providing parents and staff members with a convenient, easy and secure online prepayment service.
The service enables parents and staff members to deposit money into school meal accounts at any time. This service also makes account balance information available for viewing through a web site called MySchoolBucks. Because students have money available in their account prior to entering the cafeteria,  lunch lines move along much faster and students have more time to eat and be with friends.
 
Contacts
Amy Stearns, Madison Elementary
Business: 764-3740 x3403

Brandi Paige, Junior High
Business: 764-3720 x3211

Chrissy Phillips, High School
Business: 764-3710 x3110
Cafeteria 314

John Sheets, Shipping & Receiving
Business: 764-3700 x3167
(High School)

Judy Jackson, Nightengale Elementary
Business: 764-3750 x3503

Melody Hartigan, Shipping & Receiving
Business: 764-3700 x3167
(High School)

Peter Bertrand, Director of Food Service Send email to contact
Business: 315-764-3700 x 3114
Email: pbertrand@mcs.k12.ny.us

Roberta Donahue, Jefferson Elementary
Business: 764-3730 x3303
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