Income Data Forms

  • No household application is required in order to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at your school. However, the school district still collects income information on students who are not directly certified through the state. This data helps our District to secure adequate financial support to serve all students in Rochester regardless of income status.

    Each year, parents will have access to the income data forms that are made available below.

    There are several ways to complete the 2017-18 Income Data form:

    All completed forms may be submitted to:
    Rochester City School District
    School Food Service Bldg. 5
    835 Hudson Avenue
    Rochester, NY 14621

    Thank you to all parents and guardians for completing this form. Your participation helps to support all students in our schools.

Information about Food Services

  • RCSD Breakfast and Lunch Menus  

     

     
    NEWS! RCSD and the "Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act"

    The hard work of implementing the federal “Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act” signed by President Obama in December has already begun at the Rochester City School District. The changes are being phased in starting July 1, 2012 and over the next few years, but program administrators plan earlier implementation.  In fact, several of the changes have already been implemented in the RCSD.

    Following is a chart explaining the key areas for students and parents.

    Change

    Status

    RCSD Implementation

    Adding mandatory fruit serving at breakfast

    Students are already offered fruit at breakfast; they will now be required to take it.

    Increase amount of fruits and vegetables to one full cup for students grades 9-12

     

    Students will not be required to take the serving.

    Milk choices must be skim or 1 percent milk

     

    Implemented in RCSD 2010.

    At least half of all grain products used must be whole-grain.

     

    Already implemented in RCSD, including breads, pastas, rice and pizza dough.

    Sodium reduction

     

    RCSD already using lower-sodium meat and packaged food products when available; will continue to source more products for the new guidelines set for 2014.

    Breakfast content

     

    Two grains must be offered before a protein. For example, two pancakes and a sausage.

    Calorie Count Maximum

     

    Maximum calorie counts were not previously established – only minimum counts. The new counts are as follows:

    Grades K-5

    Grades 6-8

    Grades 9-12

    Breakfast: 500

    Breakfast: 550

    Breakfast: 600

    Lunch: 650

    Lunch: 700

    Lunch: 800