• Perry Central School District, a component of the Genesee Valley Educational Partnership Food Service Program, was awarded the 2020 Excellence in Student Services Award.

    The PCS Food Service Department would like to thank you for your support, patience and understanding over this past school year and moving into the next.

    Good nutrition plays an important part in the development and success of our students.  Perry Food Service Department is committed to that goal by promoting healthy eating habits for life long good nutrition. Our meals and a la carte items meet federal requirements and give students access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods. We are proud to serve locally produced milk products daily.  We are also making every effort to serve New York State grown fruits and vegetables with our meals. This school year, we are experiencing supply chain issues that may result in last minute changes to the menu. I hope this issue will be resolved as the school year goes on.

    The USDA has extended free meals (breakfast and lunch) through the 2021-2022 school year.  Because of this, all students are able to receive free meals. Lunch doubles and a la carte items are not free. A price list for a la carte items can be found on the website.

    Free and Reduced applications are available to be filled out. Please fill out the application completely if your family qualifies and send it to Perry Central School. Although your child will be free this year regardless of the application, going forward the application will help determine the status of your child's meal account. See our link for further information.

    My SchoolBucks is available to deposit money direclty to your child's meal account and to view balance/purchase information. 

     **For Online Meal Payments Please Visit**

    If you have any questions about your child’s school breakfast, lunch or snack options or your child’s dietary restrictions please contact Laurie Cutcliffe, Food Service Director, at (585) 237-0270 Ext. 2271 or email

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