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    USDA Extends Free Breakfast and Lunch for ALL Students Through 2021-2022 School Year

    This change will allow all students in the Orchard Park Central School District to receive breakfast and lunch, regardless of family income, through the 2021-2022 school year.  A parent/guardian will only need to add funds to their child’s MySchoolBucks account if they want their child to purchase a second meal or a la carte items. Even though at this time breakfast and lunch is provided at no cost, if a parent/guardian believes they qualify for the free and reduced lunch program, we encourage you to fill out the application below so that the program will continue for those students once the USDA extension ends in December. 

    School Breakfast/Lunch Menu Information 2021-2022 - Free for ALL Students Through 2021-2022 School Year

    The District encourages a cashless meal purchase for a la carte items or if your child wishes to purchase a second meal -- both of which are not included in the Free Breakfast and Lunch for ALL Students program. The cashless system will help to ensure social distancing when purchasing a meal. Parents have the option of preloading money onto their child's MySchoolBucks account onlineParents can preload the funds with a credit card or send a check in with their child. Please make checks payable to the Orchard Park Central School District. 

    Please note the new breakfast and lunch prices for the 2021-2022 school year: 

    • Breakfast: $2.00 
    • Lunch: $2.90 Elementary Schools 
    • Lunch: $3.00 Middle School and High School 

    A second meal will now be purchased at a la carte prices, which will be posted in the cafeteria. 

    A la carte items will be available only for those children with money in their MySchoolBucks account. 

    Children from households that meet federal income guidelines are eligible for free meals or reduced meals. Call Jody Schwarz at 209-6244 for further information. Applications are available in each school's cafeteria. 

    For an application for a free or reduced-cost lunch, please click here.

    Students purchasing meals must take one Fruit or Vegetable and two other items to complete their meal and to fulfill the "Offer-vs-Serve" provision. 

    Vegetarian options available. Have your child request that the meat be omitted from their salad that is offered daily. Vegetarian entrees are also available throughout the month. 

    Menu is subject to change. 

    For more information on the District's Wellness Policy (#5661), please click on the link below. If you are interested in being a part of the Wellness Policy development, review, update and implementation, please contact Jeffrey Petrus, Assistant Superintendent for Business, at or 209-6209. 

    To contact the Personnel Touch Food Service Director, call 209-6251.