Studies show that eating breakfast can help math, reading, and standardized test scores. Breakfast also helps students pay better attention in class, perform problem-solving tasks, and improves memory. Serving breakfast in the classroom can also help reduce tardiness and absences.
Incarnation School is pleased to provide daily breakfast meals to students through the Child Nutrition Program of the Archdiocese of New York. Meals meet USDA guidelines, which reflect the best nutritional science available. Every breakfast service includes offerings of fruit, whole grains, and low-fat or fat-free milk.
Incarnation School provides hot lunch through the Child Nutrition Program of the Archdiocese of New York. All meals served are in compliance with the nutritional guidelines established by the USDA.
All families must complete and return, or submit online, an eligibility application at the beginning of the school year. This application determines whether a student will receive a reduced, free or paid lunch. If your child is not eligible for a free or reduced lunch program, and you wish your child to participate in the hot lunch program, you must send lunch money to the school on a weekly basis.