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School Food Service Director

 

Jeannette Frabizio, MS,RD
School Food Service Director

631-376-7750

jfrabizio@wbschools.org


Elementary School September 2017

Elementary School June 2017

Junior High School September 2017

Junior High School June 2017

Senior High School September 2017

Senior High School June 2017

 

Online Meal Payments and Tracking Made Easy with the K12 Payment Center.  

To view your child's school lunch transactions and make payments easily via credit or debit card, sign into the link below:

 

 

 NO CHILD SHOULD GO HUNGRY BECAUSE SCHOOL IS OUT FOR THE SUMMER.  PLEASE CALL 1-866-3-HUNGRY OR VISIT WWW.FNS.USDA.GOV/SUMMERFOODROCKS FOR SUMMER FEEDING LOCATIONS NEAR YOU. 



Useful Links

New York State Nutrition Association

Alliance for a Healthier Generation

School Nutrition Association

New School Meals Standards

Student Nutrition Guide

Alliance Calculator for Smart Snacks

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