Welcome to the Randolph Central School Cafeteria
It is the goal of the cafeteria staff to supply nutritious and delicious meals for every student in the school district. If you have any questions regarding the meals being served, please feel free to the contact the cafeteria manager.
Our cafeteria serves breakfast and lunch at both buildings. Menus are sent home at the beginning of each month with the elementary students. High School menus are posted in each homeroom. Both menus are available on this website.
The 2018-2019 prices are as follows:
Breakfast - $1.10
Elementary Lunch - $1.65
High School Lunch - $1.75
No ala carte items are to be charged to a student's account. This includes milk. You must have money on your account or with you to purchase these items. Our charge policy is available to be viewed below.
You may deposit money on your lunch account daily, weekly, or monthly. If sending in a check, please make it payable to RCS Cafeteria or cash is also accepted. You may also set up an account with myschoolbucks.com. This online payment service provides a quick and easy way to add money to your student's meal account using a credit/devit card or electronic check.
On this page you will find free and reduced applications, menus, breakfast and lunch prices, wellness policy and the cafeteria charge policy. If you have any questions about any of these items, please contact the cafeteria manager for assistance. These links are reviewed and updated annually or as changes occur.
We are currently looking for substitutes for both cafeterias. If interested, please call Lori Benson at 716-358-7014 or you may get an application from Maureen Pitts in the District Office.
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