Students that are in person learning now can sign up for weekend meal packs.
Elementary students may sign up with the aide when delivering their food.
Middle & high school students may sign up with cashier during breakfast or lunch time.
New update on meals:
The Newfield Central School District will now be offering free meal packs to ALL Newfield residents 18 and under. This includes students who are 100% remote learning, home schooling or not yet of school age. Each meal pack will include 7 breakfast and 7 lunch meals. Each meal will include entrees, fruit, vegetable and milk or juice - perishable items are included. Meal packs will be available for pickup on Wednesdays 12:30-1:30.
If you have kids in different buildings, please be sure to stop at both schools for your food. Pick up for elementary students is at the elementary entrance doors. Middle/high school student’s meals are picked up at the high school entrance doors during bad and
To sign up, please notify firstname.lastname@example.org and provide student name(s) and date of birth, parent name, phone number and allergies. Any allergies require a doctor’s note. Please include how your child is learning. Are they virtual, home school, in person or not school age at this time? Students who are already receiving meals will now receive weekend meals in addition.
School Lunch Specialist
FREE BREAKFAST & LUNCH FOR ALL NEWFIELD STUDENTS !!
The USDA, New York State Child Nutrition, and the Newfield Central School District will serve breakfast and lunch meals to all enrolled students at NO COST to families for the remaining 2020-2021 school year. This provides much needed financial relief for families as we continue our re-entry to the 2020-2021 school year.
Please note that this applies only to breakfast and lunch meals, and does not include snacks or "a la carte" items.
To request Virtual Meals for 100% remote students or hybrid students for their remote learning days, please email email@example.com.
School Lunch Specialist
Welcome Back Students !!
Farm-to-School for Fresh Fruits & Vegetables
Across the country, an increasing number of schools and districts have begun to source more foods locally and to provide complementary educational activities to students that emphasize food, farming, and nutrition. This nationwide movement is designed to enrich children’s bodies and minds while supporting local economies is often referred to as “farm to school.”
The objectives of Nutrition Services Department is to serve healthy meals in school cafeterias and improve student nutrition, while providing agriculture, health and nutrition education opportunities...and we want to support our local and regional farmers.
The key is to make these fresh options available and to get kids to try new things. Farm to School programs link school students and farmers in a way that improves foods offered in schools, educates kids about healthy eating and local foods, and creates income opportunities for farmers supplying to schools.
A Farm-to-School Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program can be an important catalyst for change in our efforts to combat childhood obesity by helping children learn more healthful eating habits. It has also been proven to be a successful way to introduce kids and teens to a variety of produce that they otherwise might not have the opportunity to sample.
Newfield Central School District is excited to be participating in Tompkins County Farm to School this upcoming school year!
Tompkins County Farm to School is a collaborative effort involving New York farmers, Tompkins County school's Child Nutrition Programs, and Tompkins County Cornell Cooperative Extension.
The goal of Tompkins County Farm to School is to increase students' consumption of healthy farm-fresh foods while supporting New York State farmers. Each month, students will have the opportunity to try recipes in their school's cafeteria prepared with "Harvest of the Month" ingredients from local New York State farms. Students will enjoy a variety of seasonally abundant fruits and vegetables through the Harvest of the Month recipes. The long-term goal of Tompkins County Farm to School is to foster a collaborative food environment involving classrooms, the local community, and one which supports local New York Farmers and healthy eating among school children. If you want to get more involved with this effort feel free to reach out to Chloe Boutelle (Tompkins County Cornell Cooperative Extension Farm to School Coordinator) by clicking here or Robin Wood (Newfield Central School District Food Service) by clicking here or calling Robin at 607-564-9955 (4024).