Food Services

Queensbury Union Free School District provides students and staff with a variety of well-balanced meal options inside school cafeterias. Cafeteria food services are provided by Aramark. School meals are nutritious, of high quality and follow federal dietary standards.

Meal prices and paymentMeal charge policy  | Wellness policy

Meal prices and payment® allows parents to make deposits into their child’s school meal account online or via a mobile app (Android and Apple).

With MySchoolBucks, parents can check balances, review transaction history and receive low balance alerts at home or work. Deposit money for all your children in one transaction (up to $120 per child), and the money is credited at school by the next morning. MySchoolBucks deposits have a convenience fee of $1.95 per transaction.

Breakfast prices

All student meals, including breakfast and lunch, are free through the 2021-22 school year. A la carte items must be purchased separately. If a student just wants to purchase milk, it is $0.55. 

  • Adult: $2.85 (+ tax)

Lunch prices

  • Adult: $4.50 (+ tax)


  • K-12: $0.55 (no reduced price)

Free and reduced-price meals

Note: Through June 30, 2021, all students at QUFSD can eat breakfast and lunch for free. A la carte items are available, but must be purchased. 

Children who meet federal income guidelines may be eligible to receive full schools meals for free. 

Learn more about how to apply.

Meal charge policy 

Although payment for school meals is typically due at the time of the sale (through a prepaid balance, cash or some other means), Queensbury Union Free School District recognizes that at times, students are unable to make this payment for a variety of reasons. The district has established a school meal charge policy to provide clear information about how these situations will be handled, including steps designed to avoid any embarrassment of children.

View full meal charge board policy.

Wellness policy

The QUFSD Board of Education recognizes that a nutritious, well-balanced, reasonably-portioned diet is essential for student wellness. To help students possess the knowledge and skills necessary to make nutritious food choices for a lifetime, the district shall ensure that all foods and beverages available for sale to students on the school campus during the school day meet or exceed the program requirements and nutrition standard found in federal regulations.

View the wellness board policy.