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Cafeteria, Menu, and Health Information

Menus (PDFs)

Harry Hoag Elementary Lunch - May
Harry Hoag Breakfast -  May
High School Lunch - May
High School Breakfast - May

Free meals for all Fort Plain students in 2016-17

ALL STUDENTS enrolled in both buildings of the Fort Plain District will receive both breakfast and lunch for FREE this year thanks to the Community Eligibility Meal Certification option for the 2016-2017 school year.

There will be no free/reduced meal forms circulated. ALL district students will receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at no charge, regardless of their family status or income.
The Community Eligibility Program will be in effect for at least the next four years. Any questions can be directed to Lauri Broady in the Office of School Nutrition at 993-4000 #1003.

Point of Sale System

     Each student may have an account that may be used to purchase food items. Parents should note the following:
•   Money in the account may be used to purchase snacks.
•   You may add money to your child’s account at any time..
•   You may limit the amount your child spends on snacks per day but, you cannot make this amount different for different days of
the week.
•   This account cannot be used to buy vending machine items.
•   Your child cannot charge snacks.
•   If you have any questions about this system, call 993-4000 ext.1003.
•   You may put money on your child's account online via debit or credit card. Please visit www.MySchoolBucks.com.

Child Nutrition Advisory Committee Recommendations - Snacks

To Parents and Guardians:

     The Fort Plain Central School District is committed to providing a school environment that promotes and protects children's health, well-being and the ability to learn by fostering healthy eating and physical activity. The district has established a wellness committee, which has developed a local wellness policy. A copy of this policy is available in the District office or on this website. Click here for the school  district's Wellness Policy.

     In accordance with this policy, we are asking teachers and parents to work toward providing healthier snacks and treats. Below you will find a list of suggested snacks that could take the place of "traditional" snacks such as cupcakes, candy, and cookies, snacks which have little nutritional value and high fat and/or sugar content. Please make every effort to choose items from this list when sending refreshments for your child's class. Items marked with an asterisk(*) may contain nuts. Your child's teacher is aware of students with nut or other allergies.

     In addition, you will find that our cafeteria meals and snacks have been modified to meet guidelines for healthier eating. As always, feel free to contact building principals with your questions or concerns. Thank You.

Child Nutrition Advisory Committee



Fresh Fruit                                          Mini-bagels or muffins
Fruit Cups                                           Graham Crackers
Applesauce                                          Cheese Nips or Goldfish Crackers
Raisins                                                 Bread/rolls with butter, peanut butter, or jelly
Dried Fruit                                          Pretzels or popcorn
Fresh Vegetables                                Rice Cakes
Gain and Fruit Bars*                           Animal Crackers
Trail mix without candy*                    Baked Chips
Granola Bars*                                      Cheese and Crackers
Yogurt/gogurt                                   String Cheese
Fat-free Pudding                                Cheese Slices