Food Services

  • Welcome to the Middle Country Food Service Program: We understand the critical role that wholesome eating plays in the educational process and the health of growing bodies at every stage of development. Our cooks use wholesome ingredients to freshly prepare our food, paying particular attention to the use of whole grains, fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats, and healthy snacks. Nutritional breakfasts and lunches are available daily in all schools and are consistent with the dietary guidelines.  

    The NYSED Office of Child Nutrition recently announced that student-paid meals will return in the 2022-2023 school year.  If you do not receive a letter by mid-September indicating you are automatically approved for Free or Reduced Priced Meals for the 22/23 school year, please fill out an application or call 631-285-8193.  A new application must be filled out as soon as possible before mid-October 2022 to be processed (and avoid interruption) for 22/23 full-year eligibility.   

    FREE AND REDUCED MEAL PRICE PROGRAM (see "Related Files" below for 2022-2023 Free & Reduced Meal Price Applications)


    Please visit the "Food Service Eboard" for program-related information such as the "Breakfast and Lunch menus," nutritional analysis, food allergens, and much more.  Created by Whitsons Culinary Group, the FD Meal Planner incorporates an exciting new platform to build a meal that calculates the calories and nutrients based on the selected items.

    FOOD ALLERGY/ STUDENT SAFETY INFORMATION: If you have a student with a severe food allergy eating from the cafeteria, please contact your building nurse and the food service department for assistance to discuss the "food allergy procedure" and safety of our children. Communication is vital, and we must work closely to meet the needs of our students with food allergies.

    To access allergen information, click and type in the student's school name.  An additional optional feature allows you to set up an account to track dietary and nutritional information for your students/s. The government requires manufacturers to list the top eight allergens on the label if contained in the food. Food plants are not mandated to put information on the label regarding a potential risk for cross-contamination if multiple allergens such as soy and wheat are utilized on the production lines. As a courtesy, some companies do list this information.

    My School Bucks On-Line Payment -  Funding your student's lunch account: Parents are encouraged to create an account at This convenient online payment service is where you can directly deposit money into your student's meal account.  This service helps to alleviate the concerns regarding lost or forgotten money, and provides funds for ala carte foods, beverages, and additional purchases. Available funds remaining in your My School Bucks account as of June 2022 will be carried over to the 2022-2023 school year. All negative balances should be paid promptly. 

    The Healthy Meals for Healthy Americans Act of 1994, P.L. 103-448, has amended Section 9(b)(2)(c) of the National School Lunch Act (NSLA) to allow limited disclosure of information about free and reduced-price meals or free milk eligibility without parent/guardian consent. Participant’s name, eligibility status, and other information provided on the application or obtained through direct certification or verification may be disclosed to certain other federal, state, or local agencies as authorized by the NSLA. 

    Please contact the food service office if you require assistance @ 631-285-8193 or 285-8190.



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