Lunch & Breakfast


⚠️ Fall Meal Prep! Federal Free Meal Program Expires

The federal waiver that allowed school districts to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students is set to end this school year. This means that for the 2022-2023 school year we will be back to regular prices for school meals, with free and reduced price meals for qualified families. Meals are still free for all students until the end of this school year!

For some families, this fall might be the first time you pay for a school meal. Others may need a reminder of the process! Starting in August, families will receive instructions to access meals accounts.
Students with an approved Free & Reduced Price Meal Application on file will continue to be covered under that application through October 19, 2022.  Families need to complete a new Free & Reduced Price Meal Application each year.  The application for 2022-23 will be available in July.


Please note that menus may change during the month. Ingredients and menu items may change or we may make substitutions. Find menus on one of these pages:

More Child Nutrition Information

Find more information about our lunch and breakfast services by visiting the Child Nutrition page, or calling 360-662-1090. 

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.