Nutrition Services

Nutrition Services

Pullman Public Schools serves nutritious breakfasts and  lunches following USDA meal pattern requirements.

These meals are available to all kids 1 to 18 years old.

Pullman Public Schools is offering the USDA's Summer Food Service Program through August 12, 2021.

  

Summer Meal Program

This summer, the district will be offering a free summer meal program (grab and go breakfast and lunch) for all children 1 to 18 years old. These meals will be available for pick up at Kamiak Elementary, Albion City Park, Lincoln Middle School, and Pullman High School.

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Free and reduced price meals are provided for children whose family size and monthly gross income meet federal guidelines. Applications are available below and at any Pullman Public School. Parents may enroll their children at any time during the school year. If the student qualifies for reduced or free lunches, he/she automatically qualifies in the same category for breakfasts. The names of students participating in the free/reduced program are kept confidential. Applications should be returned directly to the school office.

The Food Service program is self-supporting through student participation and federal supporting terms of commodities and reimbursement. Program benefits and services are available to all students without regard to race, color, sex, disability, age, or national origin.

 

Questions about meals? Please contact our Nutrition Services Supervisor, Jessie Campbell, by phone at (509)332-5179 or by email at jcampbell@psd267.org.


 

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