The South Glens Falls Central Schools Food Service program provides breakfast and lunch for all students in grades K-12.
SEE EACH SCHOOL’S QUICK LINKS FOR MONTHLY MENU INFORMATION.
Pay for your child’s meals online
The district offers an online payment system through mySchoolBucks. Parents/guardians are able to make deposits directly into their child’s school meal account online using a credit card. The website allows parents to set low balance alerts, monitor account balances.
Money should be added to their child’s account for the purchasing of a la carte items. Snack foods are excluded from the free child meals.
Free and reduced-price meals
2022-23 free and reduced-price meal application
Meal prices for the 2022-23 school year
Adult (Prices include tax.)
Dec. 20, 2021 Update on supply chain issues:
As many of you have probably experienced, significant supply chain issues are seen nationwide, especially in the foodservice industry. We are not immune from these issues.
Our single food distributor is experiencing product shortages due to unavailable items from the manufacturers. Most of our local food distributors are also experiencing driver shortages and drastically cut their delivery routes.
We want to let you know that we have shortages of many products due to these facts and are unaware of them until the truck arrives. There are going to be frequent menu changes. Please know that students will not always receive the items published on the menus. Out of stock items will be substituted with a similar item. For example, we may have chicken patties on a menu but have to switch in chicken fingers or chicken nuggets.
These substitutions will not have any impact on any allergy or special diets. Even with changes, we still work diligently to ensure that all allergy and food restriction needs are met.
Please rest assured, meals will always be nutritionally balanced and filling. The food service team at South Glens Falls Central School District takes pride in serving the students at all six buildings.
Unfortunately, these circumstances are a part of these challenging times, and I apologize for the inconvenience. We thank you in advance for your understanding
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School Lunch Manager
60 Tanglewood Drive
South Glens Falls, NY 12803
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