Port Jervis schools participate in the National School Lunch Program, which regulates and subsidizes the provision of complete, nutritionally balanced meals.
What's for Lunch?
Students can purchase a complete lunch that includes skim or no-fat chocolate milk, just milk, or the sandwich of the day. Snacks are also available for purchase.
Cafeteria Prices - 2018 - 19 School Year
Many students qualify for the free and reduced-priced meals
Hot Lunch: $2.60
Reduced Priced Meals: $0.25
Middle School & High School
Hot Lunch: $3.00
Reduced Priced Meals: $0.25
There is such a thing as a FREE lunch & breakfast!
Both free and reduced price lunches, and breakfasts, are available for students who meet the federal income limits. This is a confidential program. Free & Reduced-Priced Meal Application
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Food Service Director
Vonnie HubbardLiz Enright,
845-858-3100, Ext. 13896
FAX: 858-3190 Route 209 Complex
Hours: 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cook Managers:
209 complex (ASK and HS) - Kathy Ackerley, 845-858-3100, Ext. 13890
MS - William Harris, 845-858-3100, Ext. 12890
HBE - Debra Mills, 845-858-3100, Ext. 14890