Child Nutrition Department

Dear Stanley G. Falk School Families,

We are pleased  to inform you that the Stanley G. Falk School has been approved by the New York State Education Department’s Child Nutrition Program to continue our participation in the National School Lunch Program, the School Breakfast Program under the USDA Community Eligibility Provision (CEP).In addition, students in grades K-6 participate in  the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Grant program.

The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program enables the Falk School to provide one free breakfast and one free lunch each school day to every Falk School student in attendance, regardless of income. For more information regarding the program please click here: USDA CEP 

Additional meals at our main sites may be purchased at the price of $2.50 for breakfast and $4.00 for lunch.  Milk may be purchased separately for $.30 and juice for $.35. Students are not allowed to charge any extra breakfast or lunch meals, components of the meal or additional milk or juice. Food prices at our satellite locations are set by the Buffalo Public Schools. 

The Stanley G. Falk School Child Nutrition department is committed to contributing to a school environment that promotes and protects students' health, well-being and ability to learn by offering healthful and nutritious meals  The Falk School team of child nutrition professionals takes pride in the work they do and are dedicated to building long lasting relationships with students and providing exceptional dining experiences for students and staff everyday. 

If you have any questions regarding the Stanley G. Falk Child Nutrition program, please feel free to contact me at 716-882-0090 x 108 or via email at


Mrs. Joanna Robertson
Coordinator of Nutrition & Food Services

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Food Service Staff

Michelle Shanley
Cambridge Kitchen Manager

Patricia Zurzuski
Roosevelt Kitchen Manager

Kathy Genetti
Rossler Kitchen Manager