Child Nutrition Services
The Olympia School District Child Nutrition Breakfast and Lunch programs have received a lot of high marks for our use of fresh fruits and vegetables and organic food offerings. Breakfast is available at selected schools and all district students may purchase a variety of hot lunch selections or fresh fruit and vegetables. We provide free and reduced-price meals for eligible students. View our letter regarding free and reduced-price lunches for the 2016-2017 school year.
Along with eating nutritious meals, our Wellness Newsletter helps students understand about eating healthy food portions, the importance of exercise and playing hard!
Revenue Refund Authorization
This form is intended for graduating seniors, students withdrawing from the Olympia School District and families whose students have qualified for free and reduced lunches and would like a refund of monies deposited.
For Refund of Account less than $5.00 (if funds are available at location)
Complete paper form with signature. Food Service Cashier will verify balance and issue cash refund.
For Amount over $5.00 or to donate your balance.
Complete the Revenue Refund Authorization Form
School Meals FAQ for Parents/Teachers
The Board of Education has given our School Meals program a dual mandate: to provide convenient, economical, healthy meals for our students so that they can learn well and to break even financially. Please read this flyer, as we have provided answers to the questions we hear most often.
2016-2017 Wellness Newsletters
Child Nutrition Services
1302 North Street SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Voice: 360.596.7007 / Fax: 360.596.7396
Paul Flock, Supervisor 596-7064
Alicia Snyder, Administrative Assistant 596-7022
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