West Valley School District #363

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Nutrition (Food) Services

All students can still eat free through the remainder of the school year! Each student will be offered a breakfast or snack when they arrive to school. Everyone is also invited to enjoy our free hot lunch! 
 
Check out our menu using the tab to the right->
 
Even if your child is attending in person school part time, you can pick up a free weekly meal kit that contains 5 breakfast and 5 lunch to help feed your child(ren) on the weekends! Sign up by following the link listed on our Weekly Meal Kit Information tab to the right->

 

 

*Now Accepting Free and Reduced-Price Meal Applications for the 20-21 School Year!*

 

Please click the "Free and Reduced-Price Meal Program" link to the right of this page for application materials and instructions on how to apply. If your income or living situation was affected by COVID-19, please be sure to apply. 

 

 

Kara Carlson

 

Nutrition Services Supervisor

West Valley School District #363

509.232.6092

Kara.Carlson@wvsd.org

 

Providing nutritious and balanced meals to equip students for academic success. 

 

 

 

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