We believe proper nourishment allows our students to get the most out of the school day, which is why we continue serving healthy and appetizing meals to each and every child. Breakfast is served every day for $1.25. Lunch is served on all full school days (it is not available on half days, or early dismissals due to weather, for example). The price of lunch is $3.00, some premium options at the high school are priced higher.
Every full lunch includes grains, lean protein, fruit, vegetables, and low fat, or fat free milk. Our menus feature whole grains, and plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables. We purchase locally grown produce as much as possible. Federal regulations mandate that every student must select at least one serving of fruit or vegetables with every meal. All the snacks and beverages we offer are approved for sale in schools by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, and are in compliance with Federal Smart Snacks Rules.
Families who feel they may qualify for free or reduced price meals are strongly urged to apply for them using the application found on this page. A new application must be filed every school year.
Ms. Norma Zeller, SNS
Manager of Food Services
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Somers Central School District
Office of Food Services
Lincolndale, NY 10540
Middle School Head Cook/Manager
014=277-3399 extension 223
Intermediate Head Cook/Manager
914-277-4344 extension 36
High School Head Cook/Manager
914-248-8585 extension 223