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Food Service


Laurie Locke:
School Lunch Manager   
Logo Link to My School Bucks
Good nutrition plays an important role in the overall development and success of our students. Let the Le Roy Food Service Department assist your family in leading a healthy lifestyle by choosing meals in school that are appetizing, nutritious and affordable. Daily offerings include fresh fruit and vegetable choices as well as lower fat, lower sodium options and whole grain bread products.  Whenever possible, we serve fresh New York State grown fruits and vegetables in our lunches and salad bars.  We are proud to serve New York State milk and yogurt produced on farms practically in our backyard.
Please check out the MySchoolBucks program link. It's an easy service to use to make lunch buying for your students--and you--as stress free as possible.
We have links to our services for each building on the right. At the elementary school you can have us provide treats for your child's birthday celebration by filling out the form on the elementary food service site.
Use the link to the right to get to the form for our Free & Reduced Lunch progam, and please note, if you're eligible for that program, your student can also receive a free breakfast.
 "If you are interested in participating in the development, review, update, and implementation of the Le Roy Central School District Wellness Policy, please contact Laurie Locke at" 

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