Food Services Program
How much does a meal cost in 2021-2022?
USDA Free Meal Program:
The USDA will continue to fund free meals for all students, regardless of family income (one meal per child). The program will ensure that all children have access to food as the country recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. Complete reimbursable meals include at least 3 meal components, one of which must be a fruit or vegetable. A la carte items will continue to be charged to student accounts. There is no paperwork to complete and you do not have to sign up for free meals.
My School Bucks (www.MySchoolBucks.com ) is a payment service that provides an easy way to add money to your student’s meal account and view their transaction history. Students may purchase ala carte items and snacks using their school lunch account. Checks made payable to Skaneateles Lunch Program may also be given to your schools's cafeteria to put money on your child's account.
For Waterman Elementary and State Street families may now provide pre-packaged Snacks for students. Please keep in mind some students have serious allergies, please contact the nurse, teacher or Food service department to find out if any food allergies are in the classroom before purchasing snacks for the birthday party. Again please do not hesitate and call or ask before purchasing any snacks.
Under the download section of this page will be a link for Allergy safe snack suggestions.