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Welcome Back!  At Le Roy Central School District we strongly believe that the quality of nutrition is vital in development and learning for our students.  We strongly urge you to fill out a free/reduced lunch application as it is an important resource for the school district and families beyond just qualifying for free and reduced lunches.  If you have any question regarding the application or need assistance filling it out please contact Mary Ann Sullivan at 768-5531.

To receive a free breakfast and lunch your student must take what is considered by the USDA federal guidelines to be “complete meal” meaning that it consists of at least 3 different components and includes at least one fruit or vegetable.  This is a federal standard that is set to ensure that students are receiving a nutritionally beneficial meal.  If your child chooses to bring lunch and buy a milk the cost is .60.  Any extra items or double lunches purchased are an additional charge.  We encourage families to keep funds on their child’s my schoolbucks account if their child is going to be making extra purchases by using the my schoolbucks website/app or sending in a check or cash to deposit on their account.  To start the 2021/2022 school year only milk will be sold a la carte at the elementary school, we hope to be able to offer more selections as the year goes on.   The High School will be offering a selection of snacks and beverages for sale in the cafeteria during lunch hours. 

                Please contact Melissa Saunders at 768-5509 or email if you have any questions or concerns throughout the school year.  We look forward to feeding your children!

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(1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
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