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Food Service & Menus

The Harrison Central School District's food service program provides breakfast and lunch to students according to the District's Food Service Plan.  Parents and guardians are encouraged to review this plan, as well as the resources that appear below related to creating a pre-paid account for breakfast and lunch purchases, eligibility for free and reduced lunch, and school menus.  For questions about the food service program, contact the Business Office at 914-630-3010.

Breakfast & Lunch Pre-Payment Program

Parents and guardians may choose to create a pre-payment account, using the MySchoolBucks program. To create an account and add money to your child 's MySchoolBucks account, please Click here.  Please be aware that if you choose to use E-check payments rather than a credit card to fund your child's account, e-checks can take up to one week to clear and post to your child's account.  If you have a problem establishing an account using MySchoolBucks, please contact them by phone at 855-832-5226 or email at  If you are having problems after you entered your credit card information, please contact Pay Pal at either 402-935-2050 or 888-221-1161 for payment issues.   Click here for an important disclaimer about the MySchoolBucks program.

The goal of the Harrison School District is to provide student access to nutritious no- or low-cost meals each school day and to ensure that a student whose parent/guardian has unpaid school meal fees is not shamed or treated differently than a student whose parent/guardian does not have unpaid meal fees. If your child's MySchoolBucks account reaches a low balance, you will receive an email or be contacted with instructions for adding money to his/her account.  Students will not be made aware of these low balances.  If a student does not have sufficient funds to purchase a meal, he/she will be provided with a meal consistent with the provisions of this policy.  However, the charging of items outside of the standard reimbursable meal (i.e., a la carte items, adult meals, etc.) is expressly prohibited.  


The District encourages families who are eligible for free and reduced meals to apply for these benefits.  Inquiries about the free and reduced meal program will be confidential.  For information about the free and reduced meal program, including eligibility criteria, click here: English / Spanish.  To apply for the free and reduced meal program, click here: English / Spanish.