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Office of P-20 Education Policy
Child Nutrition Program Administration
89 Washington Avenue, Room 375 EBA, Albany, NY 12234
Phone: (518) 473-8781 Fax: (518) 473-0018

School Food Service Directors/Managers
Paula Tyner-Doyle, Coordinator
Monday, September 1, 2014
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Grants 2014-2015

Below is the list of 219 schools in 20 school food authorities (SFAs) that were selected to receive the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) Grants for the 2014-2015 school year.

The purpose of the FFVP is to provide fresh fruits and vegetables free of charge, to all enrolled students every day. Grants were given to applicants in elementary schools, kindergarten through grade 6 only, with the highest percentages of students certified for free and reduced price benefits until all funds were fully expended. We anticipate accommodating over 116,900 children with fresh fruits and vegetables daily throughout the school year.

  • In 2008-2009 we had 50 schools in 25 SFAs that received $1,730,384 in which we were able to reach 26,725 children.
  • In 2009-2010 we had 96 schools in 25 SFAs that received $2,967,352 in which we were able to reach 42,390 children.
  • In 2010-2011 we had 166 schools in 17 SFAs that received $4,482,387 in which we were able to reach 64,000 children.
  • In 2011-2012 we had 200 schools in 25 SFAs that received $6,376,788 in which we were able to reach 91,000 children.
  • In 2012-2013 we had 206 schools in 35 SFAs that received $6,598,765 in which we were able to reach 94,500 children.
  • In 2013-2014 we had 240 schools in 32 SFAs that received $6,679,406 in which we were able to reach 111,300 children.

Questions on the grant should be addressed to Meghan Usher at 518-473-8781.



2014-2015 GRANT AWARDS


Ahi Ezer Yeshiva


Archdiocese of NY

Christ the King School

George Jackson Academy

Our Lady Queen of Martyrs School

St Ann School

St Brigid School

St Gregory the Great

St John Chrysostom School

St Joseph

St Luke School

St Mark the Evangelist

St Nicholas of Tolentine School

St Rose of Lima School

St Simon Stock Elementary School


Bais Esther School

Bais Esther School (39th St)

Bais Esther School (50th St)


Be’lkvei Hatzoin


Binghamton City School District

Benjamin Franklin School

Calvin Coolidge School

Horace Mann School

Macarthur School

Theodore Roosevelt School

Thomas Jefferson School

Woodrow Wilson School


Buffalo City School District

Aloma D Johnson Community Charter

Bennett Park Montessori School

Buffalo Academy-Vis and Perf Arts

City Honors

Dr. Lydia t Wright School of Excellence

Elmwood Village Charter School

Enterprise Charter

Highgate Heights

Inter Prep School at Grover Cleveland

King Urban Life Center

Math Science Technology (Seneca)

PS 156 Frederick Olmstead

PS 17

PS 18 Dr A Pantoja Community School

PS 19 Native American Magnet

PS 27 Hillery Park Academy

PS 3 D’Youville-Porter Campus

PS 30 (38)

PS 31 Harriet Ross Tubman Academy

PS 33 Bilingual Center

PS 37 Marva Daniel Futures Prep

PS 39 Dr Martin Luther King Jr

PS 43 Lovejoy Discovery School

PS 45 International School

PS 53 Community School

PS 54 Dr George Blackman ECC

PS 59 Science Magnet

PS 6 Buffalo Elementary School of Technology

PS 61

PS 64 Frederick Olmstead

PS 65 Roosevelt Academy

PS 66 North Park Academy

PS 67 Discovery School

PS 69 Houghton Academy

PS 72 Lorraine Academy

PS 74 Hamlin Park Elementary School

PS 76 Herman Badillo Community School

PS 79 Grabiarz Campus

PS 81

PS 82

PS 90 Dr Charles Drew Science Magnet

PS 91 Build Academy

PS 97 The Highlawn

Southside Elementary School

Staley M. Makowski Early Childhood


West Buffalo Charter

West Hertel Elementary School


Congregation Bais Malka


Discovery Charter School (Buffalo)


Hempstead Union Free School District

Barack Obama Elementary School

David Paterson

Franklin School

Front Street

Jackson Annex Elementary

Jackson Main Elementary

Prospect School


KHHD Yoel of Satmar BP

Bais Ruchel D’Satmar 1

Bais Ruchel D’Satmar 2

Bais Ruchel D’Satmar 3


New York City

Pioneer Academy

PS 1 Alfred E Smith

PS 1 Courtlandt

PS 104 The Bays Water

PS 13 Clement Moore

PS 146 Anna Short

PS 163 Arthur Schomberg

PS 154 Harriet Tubman Learning Center

PS 155 William Paca

PS 164 Caesar Rodney

PS 17 Henry David Thoreau

PS 179 Kensington

PS 184 Newport

PS 188 Michael Berdy

PS 19 Marino Jeantet/Annex

PS 192 Magnet School for Math and Science

PS 201 The Discovery School

PS 207 (Bronx)

PS 215 Lucretia Mott

PS 230 Annex (Brooklyn)

PS 230 Dorris Cohen

PS 238 Anne Sullivan

PS 28 Mount Hope

PS 291 (Bronx)

PS 311 Lucero Elementary School

PS 32 Belmont

PS 36 Unionport

PS 37 Multiple Intelligence School

PS 375 Jackie Robinson

PS 41 Francis White

PS 42 Benjamin Altman

PS 5 (Manhattan)

PS 51 Elias Howe

PS 52 (Queens)

PS 57 Crescent

PS 59 The Community School of Technology

PS 59 William Floyd

PS 64 Pura Belpre

PS 65 Mother Hale Academy

PS 81 Jean Paul Richter

PS 86 The Irvington

PS 90 Edna Cohen

PS 95 Eastwood

PS 97 Highlawn

Young Leaders


Rochester City School District

School 1-Martin B. Anderson

School 2-Clara Barton

School 3-Nathaniel Rochester

School 4-George Mather Forbes

School 5-John Williams

School 7-Virgil Grissom

School 8-Roberto Clemente

School 9-Dr Martin Luther King

School 10-Dr Walter Cooper

School 12-James P.B. Duffy

School 15-The Children’s School

School 16-John Walton Spencer

School 17- Enrico Fermi

School 19- Dr. Charles T. Lunsford

School 20-Henry Lomb

School 22-Abraham Lincoln

School 23-Francis Parker

School 25-Nathaniel Hawthorne

School 28-Henry Hudson

School 29-Adlai E. Stevenson

School 33- John James Audubon

School 34- Dr. Louis A. Cerulli

School 35- Pinnacle

School 36- Henry W. Longfellow

School 39- Andrew J. Townson

School 41- Kodak Park School

School 42- Abelard Reynolds

School 43- Theodore Roosevelt

School 44- Lincoln Park

School 45- Mary McLeod Bethune

School 46- Charles Carroll

School 50- Helen Barrett Montgomery

School 52- Frank Fowler Dow

School 53-Montessori School

School 54- The Flower City School

School 57- Early Childhood School

School 58- World of Inquiry

School 59-Wilson Foundation

School 63-Thomas Jefferson

School 309-Holy Cross


Syracuse City School District

Bellevue Elementary

Delaware Elementary

Dr. King Elementary

Dr. Weeks Elementary

Edward Smith

Franklin Elementary

Frazer K-8

Hughes Elementary


Hurlburt Elementary

Lemoyne Elementary

Mckinley-Brighton Elementary

Meachem Elementary

Porter Elementary

Roberts K-8

Salem Hyde

Seymour Dual Language Academy

Van Doyn Elementary

Webster Elementary


Talmud Torah Bobov

Talmud Torah Bobov-Boys

Talmud Torah Bobov-Girls


Talmud Torah Tashbar


United Talmudical Academy (Bedford Ave location)

UTA (Bedford Ave)

UTA (Keap St location)

UTA (Ross St location)

UTA (Williamsburg St location)

UTA (Wythe Ave)


UTA of Boro Park

Talmud Torah D’Rabinu Yoel

UTA of Boro Park


UTA of Kiryas Joel

Br Kahan

Markowitz Boys Building

Markowitz Building

UTA Girls Br

UTA Girls Kg

UTA of Kiryas Joel-Boys


Utica City School District

Albany Elementary

Christopher Columbus Elementary

General Herkimer Elementary

Hugh R. Jones Elementary

John F. Hughes Elementary

Kernan Elementary School

Martin Luther King Jr Elementary School

Roscoe Conkling Elementary

Thomas Jefferson Elementary

Watson Williams Elementary School


Yeshiva Kehilath Yakov

Bnos Yakov (Harrison Ave location)

Bnos Yakov (Keap St location)

Bnos Yakov (10th Ave location)

Yeshiva Kehilath Yakov (40th St location)

Yeshiva Kehilath Yakov (Wilson St location)

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