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WELCOME BACK!!!

IF YOUR CHILD/CHILDREN RECEIVED FREE OR REDUCED MEALS AT THE END OF THE 17-18 SCHOOL YEAR, THIS WILL CONTINUE FOR THE FIRST 30 OPERATING DAYS OF 18-19. PLEASE RETURN APPLICATIONS ASAP!

 

WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO SERVING STUDENTS HEALTHY, APPEALING FOODS ON A DAILY BASIS WITH A BIG EMPHASIS ON FRUITS AND VEGETABLES TO ASSIST IN THE LEARNING PROCESS! AS ALWAYS, THE STUDENTS ARE WELCOME TO EAT AS MANY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AS THEY WOULD LIKE!

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS, PLEASE CALL US AT 360-291-3244 EXT. 3042.

THANKS,

MISSIE, HOLLY & RYAN

 

SCHOOL MEAL CHARGE POLICY:

STUDENTS THAT AREN'T ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE FREE/REDUCED MEALS ARE ALLOWED TO CHARGE FIVE MEALS, BUT OCCASIONALLY THIS MAY BE ADJUSTED DEPENDING ON CIRCUMSTANCES. NOTES ARE SENT WEEKLY TO PARENTS WITH MEAL ACCOUNT BALANCES, IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CALL.

 

 


USDA REQUIREMENTS FOR THE HEALTH, HUNGER-FREE KIDS ACT OF 2010 IN EFFECT.  VISIT THE FOLLOWING LINKS TO LEARN MORE:

Pe Ell School Meal Charge Policy - 2018-2019

New Lunch Program Information

Smart Snacks

Special Dietary Accommodation 2017

DAILY PRICES:

LUNCH

 

GRADES K - 5

2.75

GRADES 6 - 12

3.00

REDUCED K – 3

FREE

REDUCED 4 - 12

.40

ADULT

3.75

 

BREAKFAST

 

K-12

1.50

REDUCED

FREE

ADULT

2.00

JUICE

   .40

MILK

.40

 

 

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