Our schools provide the opportunity for a nutritious breakfast and lunch for each child every school day!The way to access school menus has changed, and we are sure you will love it! Sodus Central School District, in partnership with Chartwells K12, is now using Nutrislice to publish the school menus to a new interactive website and a free smartphone app! Now you can access menus anywhere, anytime! You will be able to see photos and descriptions of foods on our menus. You will be able to filter by allergens and see nutrition information like carb counts and calories! There is even a Spanish translation available. You can access our school’s menus by going to http://soduscsd.nutrislice.com or searching for “School Lunch by Nutrislice” in the Apple App Store or Google Play App Store.
Elementary School – Breakfast = $1.60/meal, Lunch = $2.00/meal
Intermediate School – Breakfast = $1.60/meal, Lunch = $2.05/meal
Jr./Sr. High School – Breakfast = $1.60/meal, Lunch = $2.10/mealA letter about free and reduced meals has been sent to your home. Please review this letter to see if your family qualifies for this program. Federal guidelines for free and reduced meals change annually - so you may qualify this year, even if you have not in the past. We encourage you to participate if you qualify.
If you have questions, please contact Lee Edelmann 483-5283 or Scott Mongeon, Food Service Director, 483-5240.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.Updated: 6/16/2020 at 11:37AM