Grab-and-go meals will be offered Monday through Friday when school is in session.

Students, parents or guardians can pick up meals from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Anderson Elementary, 2215 NE 104th
  • Fruit Valley Elementary, 3410 NW Fruit Valley Rd.
  • Ogden Elementary, 3200 NE 86th
  • McLoughlin Middle School, 5802 MacArthur Blvd.
  • Roosevelt Elementary, 2921 Falk Rd.
  • Washington Elementary, 2908 S. St.
  • Discovery Middle School, 800 E. 40th
  • Jason Lee Middle School, 8500 NW 9th

All children 18 years old or younger are eligible for free meals until at least June 16, 2021. However, we do ask you to apply for free or reduced-price meals. Families must apply every year.

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Meal prices

Elementary students 80 cents
Middle school students $1.05
High school students $1.05
Adults $1.50
Elementary students $1.95
Middle school students $2.20
High school students (food courts) $2.55
Adults (elementary and middle) $2.90
Adults (high school food courts) $3.40
A la carte milk or juice 45 cents
healthy, choices, lunch, made from scratch

Free or reduced-priced meals application

Families meeting federal household income guidelines may qualify for free or reduced-price meals. Applications are available online and in each school’s office.

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Meal pre-payment option

Our pre-payment option takes a load off your mind and out of your child’s pocket.

Find out how it works.

What’s on your plate?

The U.S. Department of Agriculture created MyPlate, an easy-to-follow food guide, to help parents to figure out how to feed their kids nutritious, balanced meals.

Farm fresh fridays

Providing access to fresh, nutritious, local and delicious food.

Vancouver Public Schools Farm Fresh Fridays. Monthly fruit, vegatable or dairy.
Download the farm fresh fridays poster

March farm fresh vegetable of the month is radishes.

Radishes grow from seed to eating plant in 25 days. Use radishes as a topping to any dish or salad to add texture or heat.

Interested in becoming a Advisory Health Council member? Have questions or ideas about the wellness policy?

The Advisory Health Council consists of registered dietitians, medical personnel, teachers, administrators, vendor owners, parents and students.

The Council meets at least once a year to review current research on nutrition and fitness and to update district Policies and Regulations 3650 and 6310. The Council may provide other advice as requested by the Superintendent.

Please email Debra Hale, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning (Elementary Schools) at

Wellness policies and procedures
Policy 6700 • Procedure 6700

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