Breakfast and lunch menus for in-person learners, curbside and bus stop pick up
Take a look at your school's breakfast and lunch menu. You can examine the nutrition facts, and filter for allergens and dietary preferences.
If your student has food allergies that your school does not already know about, please contact your school nurse – even if you don’t plan to have your student take school meals. Schools can make some meal accommodations for students with food allergies; ask your child’s health care provider to complete this form and submit it to your school nurse.
Free meals through June 30, 2021
Any student 18 or younger can get free breakfast and lunch packs five days a week through June 30, 2021, thanks to an update from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Meal packs contain a breakfast and lunch.
How to pick up meals after Feb. 16
- Meal packs can get picked up at elementary schools from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; look for signs outside the school for the pick-up location
- Meal packs can get picked up at middle schools from 10 a.m. to noon; the pick-up locations will not change
- Times and stops for the Meals on Wheels meal delivery program in neighborhoods have changed; see map below.
Students, parents or guardians can pick up meals.
While all students are currently receiving free meals, there are many reasons to still apply for free and reduced-price meals this month.
- Meals are free right now, but the waiver that makes that possible expires in June 2021. While this waiver might be extended, applying for free or reduced-price meals now can make sure qualifying kids are covered either way.
- Families who qualify for free and reduced-price meals can get additional benefits and discounts, such as free access to internet or discounts on childcare or cable if they can show they qualify.
- Free and reduced-price applications are tied to supplemental educational funding that helps our schools.
- Families who have EBT benefits or who have already qualified for free or reduced-price meals could receive extra food benefits.
Lunch Money Now is a secure, online system to manage student meal accounts.
Lunch Money Now is a convenient, easy to use system that allows parents to pre-pay for meals, access meal card balances and check recent meal purchases. Parents are able to check account balances 24-hours a day and receive email notification when the account falls below a specified balance. Visa and MasterCard transactions through Lunch Money Now are charged a $1.50 convenience fee. For more information, please contact Nutrition Services at 253-571-3370.
Meal App Now eliminates the paperwork by offering a secure, online system for free and reduced meal applications.
You will be prompted to create an account or login, then just follow the simple steps to complete a meal application for the current school year. If you need assistance, please contact Nutrition Services at 253-571-3370.
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Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.
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