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Welcome!

"Fueling young minds to do their very best" is our motto at GST BOCES Food Service. We strive everyday to provide your child with healthy, affordable, quality meals.

Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns. We can be reached at tswisher@gstboces.org.

Tim Swisher
607-324-1303, x1570

Meals are free in 2016-17!

All students in the Hornell City School District will receive one free breakfast and lunch each day during the 2016-17 school year.

To determine eligibility for the district to receive additional benefits for your child(ren), please complete and return the household income form inserted in the district calendar. (Or click here to access this year’s school lunch information.) This information is used to determine the district’s eligibility for important academic and support services, so please take a few minutes to complete the form. Thank you!

Please note that extra meals or ala carte items are not allowed to be charged. Students can purchase these for an additional price.

 

MY SCHOOL BUCKS IS A SECURE ONLINE PAYMENT SYSTEM THAT CONVENIENTLY ALLOWS YOU TO FUND ALA CARTE PURCHASES FOR YOUR CHILDS MEAL ACCOUNT AND MORE. TO GET STARTED YOU WILL NEED YOUR STUDENT’S IDENTIFICATION NUMBER, WHICH IS AVAILABLE BY CONTACTING THE CAFETERIA MANAGER.

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