Food Services

Goshen offers breakfast and lunch to all students. We serve more than 1,400 nutritionally balanced lunches to students each day.

School lunches provide one-third of the recommended dietary intake for calories, protein and vitamins A and C, iron and calcium. On average, a meal contains less than 30 percent of calories from fat and less than 10 percent from saturated fat. In recent years Goshen has increased the use of whole grains, fresh fruits, and vegetables. A good portion of our fresh produce is purchased through a USDA Produce Pilot Program from a farm in Florida, New York. All cooked products are either baked or steamed; nothing is fried.

Like lunch, breakfast is served each day. Eating a good breakfast is beneficial to all students. In fact, the USDA has determined that eating breakfast helps improve math, reading and standardized test scores, improves memory and performance, and decreases behavioral issues.


School Meal Payment Methods

MySchoolBucks online payment system

In September 2016, the Goshen Central School District began using MySchoolBucks, a secure, online payment system that allows parents to quickly deposit money into their child’s school meal account at their own convenience.

Prepaid cash accounts

The Food Services Department offers prepaid cash accounts for parents who like to prepay for their child’s school meal accounts with cash or check. Learn more about prepaid cash accounts

Free- and reduced-price meals

Free and reduced-price meals are available to children who meet Federal guidelines. Applications are located in the center of the school calendar and are listed below in Adobe PDF format. Only one application is needed per family. Completed applications should be returned to the Food Service Department or a school nurse. Visit the Forms page to print the Free-and reduced-price meal applications

Summer meals available for students

The National Hunger Hotline, 1-866-3-HUNGRY, operated by WhyHunger, is a toll-free phone number available to people in need of food assistance. Families can call the National Hunger Hotline to find summer meal sites in their communities. Visit the USDA website to enter the zip code and zoom out for area locations.