District Information

For Parents: School Lunch Menus and Cafeteria Information

As of January 1, 2017 school districts are required to provide nutritional information on all menu items. The Eastchester School District lunch program is managed by Chartwells. The program employed by Chartwells to meet these regulations is Nutrislice.

Computerized Lunch Program and Point of Sale

The Eastchester Union Free School District utilizesMyPaymentsPlus, a computerized school lunch program in all of our school cafeterias.

For students, the system allows us to provide more efficient service in the cafeteria. For parents, this system provides a convenient, secure and accurate way to provide your child with a pre-paid lunch account. Parents can deposit money in their child's account, in any amount, at any time, eliminating the need to give your child lunch money on a daily basis. This program also has a free mobile app that parents can download to make deposits using a iPhone, iPad or Android phone.

MyPaymentsPlus Letter 2016-2017

MyPaymentsPlus FAQs

Contact Information

If you still have any questions or comments, please contact the Food Service Director, Roseann Paruch at at 793-6130, ext. 4234 or at roseann.paruch@compass-usa.comAll calls and emails will be returned as soon as possible.

Looking for More Information?

See below for helpful links on allergies, nutrition, diet and exercise:


The site provides easy, online access to government information on food and human nutrition for consumers.

Kids in the Kitchen (Video)

Video with children preparing healthy recipes.

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Team Nutrition is an initiative of the USDA Food and Nutrition Service to support the Child Nutrition Programs through training and technical assistance for food service, nutrition education for children, and school and community support for healthy eating and physical activity.

National Institute of Health

This organization provides tools and resources help families and communities better understand nutrition and the important role healthy eating plays in maintaining a healthy weight.

Harvard.jpgHarvard School of Public Health

The Nutrition Source provides evidence-based diet & nutrition information for clinicians, health professionals and the public.

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KidsHealth provides families with perspective, advice, and comfort about a wide range of physical, emotional, and behavioral issues that affect children and teens.

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CDC has compiled a variety of resources to help families develop healthier eating habits.

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Living with food allergies isn't easy!
This site provides reliable and accurate health information to parents and caregivers which, in turn, benefits the health and well-being of children.

national_PTA_logo.jpgNational PTA

The goal for National PTAs Healthy Lifestyles programming is to help school and home environments make the healthy choice the easy choice.

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Provides information on helping children to eat well and to be active. Their articles cover a range of healthy lifestyle issues, and provide essential information about lifestyle-related health issues.

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Lets Move! is a comprehensive initiative dedicated to solving the challenge of childhood obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and on thepath to a healthy future.

Be Well https://www.bewellbook.org/

The free "Be Well" book provides thirteen steps to improving health and fitness.

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Getting Healthy. The American Heart Association provides information on nutrition, weight management, exercise and more.

east_real_food.pngEat Real Food

Eat Real Food is a non-profit organization advocating a lifestyle that supports local farmers, organic agriculture, urban horticulture and sustainable practices with the mission to improve Americas food supply. Eat Real Food is made up of community of extraordinary individuals working together to make a difference by living exceptionally.

carrotFruits and Veggies - More Matters

This is a health initiative to help families learn to eat more fruits and vegetables for better health.

Useful Publications (Not Free)

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For Parents