Menu & Meal Price Information 

The most nutritious food . . . is the food that is EATEN !
New Guidelines
The Spokane Public Schools Nutrition Services department is pleased
to inform you that in an effort to continually improve the quality of
lunches we serve our students, we have been adopting the new 
nutrition standards for our school meals.
This includes an increase in the variety of fresh fruits, vegetables,
and whole grains that are already being offered to SPS students. Along with
offering  fat-free and low-fat fluid milk, we will continue working on reducing
the levels of sodium, saturated fat and trans fat in meals.




Click on breakfast or lunch menu for nutritional information

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Lunch  consists of an entree, fruit, vegetable, milk and sometimes a dessert. 
Serve Yourself Fruit & Vegetable Bar – Is available every day in the elementary schools.
Students may select Garden Salad, and or Fresh Vegetables, Canned or Fresh Fruit.


Breakfast  consists of an entree, fruit, or juice and milk.
Assorted Cereal Choices, Yogurt or Hot Entree
½ pint Milk: 1%, or Skim
½ cup Fresh or Canned Fruit or Chilled Juice Choice
Middle & High
Paid Lunch
$ 2.50
$ 3.10
$ 3.20 
(w/o milk) 
Reduced Lunch

Paid Breakfast
 $ 1.50
$ 1.75
(w/ milk) 
Reduced Breakfast

Ala Carte Prices
White/Choc. Milk
Juice $.65 $.65 $.65
Super Lunch
additional entree w/meal
$1.35 $1.35 $1.35

Families who meet federal income eligibility standards may apply for breakfast and lunch at a reduced price or at no cost. Applications are available in each school office or Nutrition Services Office. Or see the Online Meal Application" .

Parents are invited to join their children for Breakfast or Lunch. Come an enjoy a meal with your children. 

   Purchasing Meals:

Meals may be prepaid in advance by placing money in your child's meal account.
Purchase at any time from your school's office, preferably before school in the morning.
All schools use computers to track meal accounts. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your school office or the Nutrition Services office at 354-7270.
Parents may choose to place restrictions on how their child's meal account is spent: contact your school.
Checks:  Please make them out to your child's school, with the child's full name on the memo line.
NSF Checks ~  If checks are returned twice due to non-sufficient funds, further meals will be on a cash basis.
Cash: We encourage the exact amount as this will help the line move more quickly.
Charges: There are NO charges at the middle and high school.  After more than one unpaid charge, an elementary child may receive a cheese & crackers if no funds exist. 
Still Hungry: All students may purchase a second meal by paying the full meal price. 
Al a Carte: Entrees and many other items can be purchased individually.
Adult Prices: Adults pay more for their meals because the district does not receive any federal reimbursement or commodity support for the meals they purchase.

If you are not satisfied with your meal, please return
for a different item or receive a full refund!


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