Food Services

School meals in the Florida Union Free School District

A female high school student on the cafeteria lunch line holding a blue, reuasble lunch tray
Florida’s cafeterias use reusable lunch trays, which reduce waste and are making the schools greener.

School Food Services will continue to provide school breakfast and/or lunch to ALL students both on site, in school and remote learners.

Meals will be modified to ensure student and staff safety.  The district will serve all a unitized meal, bagged meals, which will contain all foods planned for the menu.

A typical school breakfast will include:

  1. Whole Grain rich foods like ready to eat cereal, bagel, muffins or protein food like cheese sticks, yogurt or hard cooked egg.
  2. 100% Fruit Juice
  3. 8 Ounces of Milk
  4. Fresh or Chilled Fruit

A typical lunch will include:

  1. 2 1/2  oz of Protein  Sandwich on Whole Grain Bread, Roll or Wrap
  2. 1/2 cup of vegetables or 1 cup of dark green salad
  3. 4 ounces of 100% Juice
  4. 1/2 cup Fresh or Chilled Fruit
  5. 8 ounces of Milk

No other food or beverages or water will be available for sale at this time.


The mission of the School Meals Program is to contribute to a successful academic experience by providing affordable meals that are nutritious, appealing and served by caring professionals in a pleasant environment. Here’s what’s on the menu:

Golden Hill Elementary Menu

S.S. Seward Institute Menu

The district’s Wellness Policy reflects our goal to encourage a lifetime of healthy eating for each student.

On occasion, students may not have enough funds for a meal. To ensure that students do not go hungry, the district’s Meal Charge Policy allows students to charge a  meal and pay the cost back at a later date.

Free or reduced-priced meals are available to families who qualify for this federal program. You can download the application ( EnglishSpanish ) along with a letter to parents (English / Spanish) or  obtain copies through the main office of your child’s school. Completed applications should be mailed to Florida UFSD Food Services, P.O. Drawer 757, Florida NY,  10921.