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.

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.