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School lunch menus for one week meet the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and provide one-third of RDA's of protein, Vitamins A and C, iron, and calcium.  Nutritional analysis shows that school meals provide three times as many dairy products, twice as much fruit and seven times the vegetables when compared to the average sack lunch that comes from home.
  
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Click on your school's menu below to see all the choices and exactly what will be served on what day! You may receive "Student Account Low Balance Notifications" sent directly to your personal email account. If you have any questions - call the nutrition office at 425-335-1561.  Click here for a fact sheet on how to set up email notifications.
Eat A Rainbow Every Day 
Eat a rainbow of fruit and veggie school  
2013-14 Breakfast and Lunch Menus  (Menus are subject to change)

Q: Why do Reduced-Price Students have "$ No Charge" listed for Breakfast and Lunch for grades K-3 only?
A: The co-pay (historically $0.30 for breakfast and $0.40 for lunch) is paid for by state funding. All grades K - 12 apply for breakfast; however, there was only enough funding available to cover the copay for grades K-3 for lunch.
If you have any further questions about this - contact the Nutrition Office at 425-335-1561.