Nutrition Services


Free School Meals for all Students

The USDA has approved free meals for students through June 2022.
  • In-Person Students: Grades K-8
    Lunch is served at school. Breakfast is given to each student that would like it at the end of the day to eat before coming to school the next day. Menus are on each school's website.
  • In-Person Students: Grades 9-12
    A breakfast and lunch is given to each student that would like it at the end of the day. Menus are on each school's website.
  • Virtual Students: Daily Meal Pick-Up
    Meal contains 1 breakfast and 1 lunch. Pick up Monday through Friday, 11:00 am–1:00 pm at Central Valley HS, Mica Peak HS or University HS. Students do not need to be present. No registration required. Families can pick up meals for all their students at one location.
  • Virtual Students: Weekly Meal Pick-Up
    Meal kit contains 5 breakfasts and 5 lunches. Pick up Tues/Wed/Thurs, 11:00am–1:00pm at Liberty Lake Elementary, all middle schools, Central Valley HS, Mica Peak HS and University HS. Students do not need to be present. No registration required, however parents can pre-order online each week.
    Link: Pre-Order Weekly Meals - open Wed. 8am through Mon. 9am
Virtual Students Meal Menus:

Free Summer Meals for Kids

  • Kids ages 1-18 can receive a hot lunch and a breakfast for the next day.
  • June 22 – August 13, 2020 (no meal service July 2 or 5.)
  • Monday–Friday, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Summer Meals Flyer: Find Locations, Dates & Times

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