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What’s for Breakfast and Lunch?

Meal Prices and Payment Information

All PreK to grade 12 students can receive a grab and go breakfast and a hot lunch daily at no cost to families.

Waterville CSD has been approved to operate under the Community Eligibility Provision – that means all meals can be served to all students for FREE!

Learn more about the Community Eligibility Provision and access a Free & Reduced Lunch Application 2023-24.

Families are still asked to complete an income form through the above link or through to ensure district grant awards and eligibility are not impacted.


Our school district has recently implemented a new point of sale system. This includes a new online account management program called EZSchoolPay. You can sign up for a free account, and add your students using their name(s) and birthday(s). This website and app allows you to monitor your students’ accounts and make payments using a credit card. EZSchoolPay has replaced MySchoolBucks. 

Access the EZSchoolPay website.

Meal Request Forms

Meal Modification

While a variety of food choices are made available to all students, parents and guardians may also request meal modifications if the available options do not meet their child’s dietary needs.

To request a meal modification, please contact your student’s school.

Meal Charge and Prohibition Against Meal Shaming Plan

No children will be denied a meal at any time regardless of whether or not there is money on their account. 

View the Oneida Herkimer Madison BOCES Meal Charge and Prohibition Against Meal Shaming Plan.

Smart Snacks

There are newly implemented United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Federal “Smart Snacks in School” standards. The standards, required by the Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 allow schools to offer healthier snack foods to children. This applies to ALL snacks SOLD by anyone during school hours, this includes fundraisers.

Access the USDA publication A Guide to Smart Snacks in School on the USDA website.

Learn more about Smart Snacks on the Alliance for a Healthier Generation website.

If you cannot access the documents on this page, please call (518) 841-3900 or email Communications to obtain the document in an alternative format.

Food Services

4747 Middle Settlement Road
New Hartford, NY 13413
(315) 793-8500

Kate Dorr
Director of Shared Food Services/ Registered Dietitian

Jake Perrin
Food Service Director

Hayley Mielnicki 
Food Service Director/Registered Dietitian