Food Service

Our district is committed to ensuring that each and every student has the meals they need to succeed in school.

Household Income Eligibility Forms are available on our website
 and available at the Main Office or the District’s Business Office. Completing an application may qualify your children for additional child nutrition benefits, such as the P-EBT benefit cards that have been provided in the past.

The cafeterias will remain cashless. Meals must be prepaid by setting up an account at


In recent years, USDA made significant changes to school meals in an effort to curb childhood obesity. The Healthy, Hunger Free Kid’s Act was passed into law in December 2010. In January of 2012 the U.S. Department of Agriculture released the final meal pattern requirements that are mandated by that law. To view additional information about the HHFKA (Healthy Hunger Free Kid's Act), please see the related file at the bottom of this page.





 About the Summer Food Service Program

Summer Meal Sites: Children can visit one of the nearly 2,500 designated summer meal sites statewide, where free meals are available. These sites are conveniently located in neighborhood parks, pools, libraries, camps, schools, and community centers, making it easy to access nutritious food all summer long.

Meals To-Go: Many rural areas will provide locations offering pre-packaged meals for pick-up. Families in rural areas who are unable to visit these sites may be able to get meals for their kids delivered right to their home. Multiple days of meals are often bundled together for added convenience.

Summer EBT Program: Summer EBT is a new state program that provides $120 in food benefits to eligible children to help cover the cost of food when school is out of session. Most eligible children will receive Summer EBT food benefits automatically; however, some families may need to apply. Information on Summer EBT, including the application for families that need to apply, can be found at Children can receive Summer EBT food benefits and also participate in the Summer Food Service Program in their community.   


How to Participate:

Most New York sponsors begin operating Summer Food Service Programs in July. There are several tools available to help find the site nearest you:

  • The Summer Meals Finder is an interactive map to search for meal locations by address, city, or zip code. Families can find directions to nearby meal sites, as well as their hours of operation and contact information. Locations and service times are updated throughout the summer.
  • Text: Text “Food” or “Comida” to 304-304
  • Call:
    • USDA National Hunger Hotline 1-866-3-HUNGRY or 1-877-3-HAMBRE
    • Dial 211 in New York State
    • 311 in New York City

More information about NYSED’s administration of the Summer Food Service Program is available on the Department’s website.



Please note that the Community Eligibility Program (CEP) will continue to provide ALL students with free meals for the 2024-2025 school year. For second meals and a la carte items, our cafeterias will be cashless.  A parent/guardian must add funds online at to prepay for second meals and a la carte items by the week or month.  If more information is needed, please contact our Business Office at 716-337-0101, ext. 1308.  A low fat milk variety is offered daily. 

A la carte and second meal pricing is available here. 

The Household Income Eligibility Form is available throughout the school year. If you are eligible, please apply! Applications and requirements are available by clicking the links below. These forms are also available in the Main Office of the school your child attends, in the Business Office, or by calling 337-0101, ext. 1309. 

Household Income Eligibility Form, 2024-2025 will be posted when available. 



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