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Green Island School in conjunction with Aramark is proud to be able to offer your students a full service Breakfast and Lunch program consisting of several options to choose from each day.
Milk only $ .65
Breakfast $ 1.20
Breakfast reduced $ .25
Lunch (K-12) $2.40
Lunch reduced (K-12) $ .25
Breakfast $2.20 (tax is added up in the register)
Lunch $3.50 (tax is added up in the register)
For the 2013-14 school year, mySchoolBucksŪ has a new mobile app, which makes paying for school meals even easier!. Now parents have one more way to conveniently pay for their students’ meals – and you’ve got one more way to realize faster serving lines and greater participation in your nutrition program your child's meals from the comfort of your own home. [click here to download the app]
Pay for your child's meals from the comfort of your own home using Schoolbucks -- a service that let's you pre-pay for meals online.
With Schoolbucks you can also view and manage your child's meal account, schedule automatic payments and view a report of daily spending and cafeteria purchases. Please see the 2013-14 Parent Packet [packet]
Get started today by logging on to https://www.myschoolbucks.com
Parents will still use their same Nutrikids numbers, and money was switched over to the new Schoolbucks account.
Free and Reduced Lunch
This year, if you receive the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (SNAP), or Aid to Dependent Children/Temporary Assistance to
Needy Families (ADC\TANF), you may receive a letter in August from the
NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance that will simplfy the
process for your child or children to receive free meals at school. .
[info about letter]
Monthly meal menus are disbursed to all students in grades K-8 and are available to high school students upon request. These menus comply with federal regulations. Special dietary services are available but must be accompanied by a dietary order signed by the child’s physician and on file in the school lunch office.
Free/reduced meal applications are available at any time during the school year. They may be requested at the school lunch office or through the food service staff.
Students who meet the financial eligibility
guidelines are entitled to one complete breakfast and one lunch daily.
Regulations require that eligible students purchasing ONLY milk be
charged 30 cents.
[DOWNLOAD THE 2013-14 FREE AND REDUCED PRICE MEAL application]
Students in grades K-12 have a meal account. There are three sections to each student’s account:
Breakfast: Money deposited into this section can be used ONLY for the purchase of breakfast.
Lunch: Money deposited into this section can be used ONLY for the purchase of lunch.
Cash Account: Money deposited into this account can be used for the purchase of single milks, breakfasts, lunches and snacks.
There is no discount for breakfast or lunch in this account. Checks, money orders or cash are accepted. Make checks payable to “School Lunch Fund” and include with payment the child’s name and exactly what the payment is for (ex.: John Smith - 20 prepaid breakfasts & 20 prepaid lunches; plus $5 cash account). Students may also use cash to purchase meals and/or snacks daily.