Food Service

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Dear Parents/Guardians:

The USDA, New York State Child Nutrition, and the Dryden 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


Megan Munson
Director of Food Service

Elementary 2-Hour Delay Menu
French Bread Pizza, Green Beans, Fruit & Milk.

District 1-Hour Delay Menu 
Assorted Cold Items

The Alternate Choices are a PB&J or a Yogurt Meal.
Breakfast is not served on a 2-hour delay.

 Megan Munson  School Lunch Specialist  ext. 4206
 Nikki Tinker  Office Clerk  ext. 4205
 Laurie Pullen  High School Kitchen  ext. 5325
 Maureen Murphy-Sims  Dryden Elementary Kitchen  ext. 1457
 Renee Tennant  Middle School Kitchen  ext. 4223
 Sheila Abbey  Freeville Kitchen  ext. 7231
 Linda McMullen  Cassavant Kitchen  ext. 6225


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