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Child Nutrition



  • If your student received SNAP or TAFI, is homeless, or a foster child, there is no need to complete an application this school year
  • Applications are available online, at your student’s schools, the District Office, and the Child Nutrition Office throughout the school year
  • Remember, a new application is needed each school year. All applications approved last school year will expire on October 10, 2018



Breakfast is free for all students! Adults: $3.00

Lunch:
  • Reduced Priced Meals $.40
  • Elementary $2.00
  • Middle School $2.25
  • High School $2.50


MySchoolBucks.com – Have you registered yet?

This convenient online service allows you to check your student’s lunch account balance and setup balance alerts for free. You can also make single or schedule deposits to your student’s account for a minimal charge. To register, you will need the name of your student’s school and their Student ID (PowerSchool Number).


Attached you will find Marsing School District’s procedure for addressing unpaid meal accounts. Please read it carefully and contact our office with questions.


Special Dietary Needs - Forms are available online and in the Child Nutrition office for any student who has food allergies or food intolerance. Medical statements must be turned into the Child Nutrition office before we can implement a food plan. The form must be signed by a licensed physician, physician’s assistant or registered nurse.


We look forward to welcoming your children to the cafeteria this fall. The healthy meals we provide help nourish students’ bodies and minds and prepare them for a lifetime of learning.
Thanks you and have a great year!


Teresa Bettleyon
Director, Child Nutrition