Lunch Program

 

21-22 FOOD SERVICE UPDATE:

WE ARE THRILLED TO ANNOUNCE THAT ALL MEALS WILL BE FREE UTILIZING THE USDA SSO (SEAMLESS SUMMER OPTION) FOR IN-PERSON STUDENTS!

PLEASE RETURN FREE AND REDUCED APPLICATIONS ASAP. THE APPLICATION PROCESS IS BENEFICIAL TO YOUR CHILD NOT ONLY FOR FOOD SERVICE BUT ALSO OTHER PROGRAMS INVOLVING STUDENTS.

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! 

WE MAY EXPERIENCE MENU CHANGES MORE OFTEN THIS YEAR AS THE FOOD SUPPLY CHAIN IS STRUGGLING TO KEEP UP WITH THE DEMAND!

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

THANKS,

MISSIE HOLMES

FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR/SUPERVISOR

 


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

DAILY PRICES FOR 2021 - 2022 SCHOOL YEAR:

LUNCH

GRADES K - 5:    FREE

GRADES 6 - 12:  FREE

REDUCED K – 3: FREE

REDUCED 4 - 12: FREE

ADULT $ 4.75

 

BREAKFAST

K-12:  FREE

REDUCED: FREE

ADULT $3.00

JUICE  $0.40

MILK $0.40

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