Three Village CSD - Child Nutrition
Jean Ecker, SNS
Director of Child Nutrition
Please note that as of June 12, 2014 My Lunch Money has been turned off for all schools. It will be turned back on mid August, 2014.
As we approach the end of the school year, the management and staff of the food service program district wide, would like to thank the faculty, staff, parents and especially our students for a very enjoyable year! Wishing you and your family a happy and safe summer! ENJOY!
Proud Recipient of the USDA Healthier US School Challenge Bronze Level
Proud Recipient of the 2010 New York State-USDA Best Practice Award
The 2013-2014 Application for Free and Reduced Price School Lunch Meals and attachments is now available by clicking on the link below.
2013-2014 Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals with Consent to Release Information Form
We are pleased to inform you that there are new federal school nutrition standards.
These new standards help ensure that school meals are healthy, well-balanced and provide students with all the nutrition they need to succeed at school. School meals meet strict guidelines on age-appropriate portion sizes, calorie limits, saturated fat, and sodium limits. School meals also offer whole grains and a variety of healthy vegetable and fruit offerings (students must select one fruit or vegetable with lunch), lean protein, and fat free or 1% milk. Now is a great time to encourage your students to choose school lunch!
What is a Complete Lunch?
Questions about the program should be directed to the Child Nutrition Office at 730-4505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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