Food Services

May 2017 menus

 

East Hill/Middle School Breakfast

 

East Hill/Middle School Lunch

 

High School Breakfast

 

High School Lunch


 

Contact Information

Broady, Lauri — manager: schoolfoodservice@yahoo.com
Phone: 993-4000 x. #1003
Pamkowski, Laura — secretary: laura.pamkowski@canjo.org
Phone: 673-6346

Food service director Lauri Broady and the food service staff at East Hill and the high school work to provide students with a healthy choice of breakfast, lunch and snack items. For more information contact Mrs. Broady.

2016-17 Meal Prices

Daily K-12 Breakfast Price: $1.00
(Students approved for Free-Reduced Lunch also qualify for breakfast.

Daily Lunch Price: $2.00 (K-8), $2.20 (9-12), $ .25 (Reduced Lunch)

Free and reduced meals

Canajoharie Central School participates in the federally sponsored free or reduced cost meal program. Parents are encouraged to submit the free and reduced application (PDF). Even if you do not qualify at the beginning in the school year, you may apply or reapply at any time if your status changes. Families must file a new application each school year.

Click here to read more about the free and reduced price meal application

How do you apply for free and reduced meals?

  • If you receive food stamps or TANF you may ask for a Direct Certification Letter from the Office of Social Services OR you may complete a free/reduced meals application and supply us with your food stamp case # or TANF case #.

  • If you have a Direct Certification Letter no application is needed. Just forward the letter to the school.

  • If you do not receive these types of public assistance, you may apply based on your household income. Complete a free/reduced meals application and supply us with your income information.

Free and reduced facts

  • Students residing in households that receive Food Stamps are automatically qualified for free breakfast and lunch.

  • Students residing in households that receive Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) are automatically qualified for free breakfast and lunch.

  • Foster children are automatically entitled to free meals regardless of their foster family’s income.

  • Certified homeless, migrant and runaway children are automatically entitled to free meals regardless of income.

  • Once you are approved for free or reduced meals, that status remains in effect for the entire school year.

  • Many families don’t realize that they qualify for reduced meals. A family of four making up to $44,955 per year qualifies for reduced meals.

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