A full lunch program is provided in all schools; menus vary per month. Elementary and middle school menus are one-page monthly menus; the high school's menu is broken out as one-page weekly menus.
Daily Lunch Prices
$2.00 at the elementary schools
$2.25 at Pearl River Middle School
$2.25 at Pearl River High School
January Lunch Menus
Farm to Schools
Please click the link below for a brief explanation on how the lunch program works, including the types of foods and snacks that are offer to elementary students.
Free & Reduced Lunches Eligibilty
PRSD offers free and reduced price lunch to students from eligible families. Households must meet federal income guidelines and must complete an application or submit a Direct Certification letter from the NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance.
Free & Reduced Lunch Information & Application
Please click the link below for nutritional information on frequently featured menu items. This information was gathered from several vendors supplying menu items for Aramark Food Service. If you would like additional information, please feel free to contact Liz Williams, Aramark Food Service Manager, at 620-3825.
Nutritional Info (with carb counts)
Paying For School Meals
PRSD has implemented a new computerized Point of Sale (POS) payment system for lunches in our cafeterias called My School Bucks. Every student has a personal meal account based on their current student ID number. Parents may deposit money into their child’s account through the online payment system MySchoolBucks or by sending in cash/check with their child to school. Monies paid into the student account can only be used for the purchase of regular meals and other items available in the cafeteria. Children of families who opted out of this program can continue to use cash for their purchases. Please note that upon leaving the district, no refunds will be issued for accounts below $10.00. If you are moving out of the district and are eligible for a refund, please email Maria Algera.
Charging School Meals
On occasion, students may forget to bring meal money to school.
To ensure that students do not go hungry, but to also promote responsible student behavior and minimize the fiscal burden
on the district, the following guidelines apply:
- No more than five meals per student may be charged.
- Only regular meals on the menu may be charged
- No snacks may be charged.
This Board of Education policy applies to all paying students whether they are paying full-price or reduced price.
Due to lack of participation in previous years, PRSD is seeking an exemption from the Federal Breakfast Program. Please call 620-3833 with any concerns.