- Daily MUST choose one or both = 1/2 cup juice or 1/2 cup fruit.
- Low-fat & fat-free unflavored milk and fat-free chocolate milk are offered for breakfast and lunch daily.
- Students MUST choose a fruit or vegetable as part of a Reimbursable Meal.
May Elementary Breakfast
Monday: bagel & cereal or Bluesky Cinnamon bun
Tuesday: bagel & cereal or Bluesky Cinnamon bun or Muffin
Wednesday: bagel & cereal or Bluesky Cinnamon bun or breakfast sandwich/juice/milk
Thursday: bagel & cereal or Bluesky Cinnamon bun or Muffin
Friday: bagel & cereal or Bluesky Cinnamon bun or breakfast sandwich/juice/milk
May Junior/Senior High School Breakfast
Monday: bagel or cinnamon bun or breakfast sandwich
Tuesday: bagel or cinnamon bun or breakfast sandwich
Wednesday: bagel or cinnamon bun or muffin
Thursday: bagel or cinnamon bun or breakfast sandwich
Friday: bagel or cinnamon bun or breakfast sandwich
Student milk price: $0.50
Adult Pricing: Breakfast: $2.93 / Lunch $5.42
Please note: Printable lunch menus for the elementary school, junior high school and senior high school are available here as PDFs. Lunch menus are also posted in the district calendar, which can be seen on the homepage of the website. Printed menus are available upon request from each school’s main office. If you need assistance accessing menus or any items on this website, please contact the school office.
Upcoming Calendar Items
5/2 – 5/12 – AP Exams
5/3 – 6th & 7th grade field trip to Howe Caverns
5/3 – BOE Public Budget Hearing, 6:30 p.m., Joe Bena Hall
5/11 – NHS Induction Ceremony, 6-8 p.m.
5/12 – Meet the Board Candidates Night, 7:00 p.m., Joe Bena Hall
5/14 – Prom, 4:30 p.m. Walk In at DCS
5/17 – Budget Vote, ES lobby, 1 – 9:00 p.m.
5/18 – Jr/Sr HS Awards Ceremony, 6-8 p.m.
5/25 – Scholar Athlete Awards, 7-8:30 p.m.
5/30 – Memorial Day, no school
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