Child Nutrition Services

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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. 


Request free meal boxes for spring break by March 29

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Families may request a free seven-day supply of breakfast and lunch for each of their students during spring break by completing a form at a current school or OSD community meal distribution site, or by emailing the Child Nutrition Services department. Forms are due by 4 p.m. on Monday, March 29.

Seven-day meal boxes will be distributed between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Monday, April 5. Families from schools throughout the district may choose one of the following four school locations to pick up the free meal boxes: Hansen, Centennial, Garfield or Roosevelt elementary schools.

All students and youth up to age 18 are eligible to order the free meal boxes.

To reserve a seven-day box of meals for the week of April 5, please obtain a request form from any of the current school and community meal distribution sites, open weekdays from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The meal box request form is also located on the OSD website. Return the form to any meal site by Monday, March 29. An interactive map showing the locations and driving directions to the current meal distribution sites is posted on the district website.

Families may also email the district’s Child Nutrition Services department at Be sure to include in your email:

  • How many students/youth in your family need a seven-day box of meals.
  •  Where you will pick up the seven-day supply of meals (Hansen, Centennial, Garfield or Roosevelt elementary school).
  • Please email this information by 4 p.m. on March 29, 2021.


Download the spring break meal box request form. 


Meal Account 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 account refunds or to donate your balance, go to the Lunch Account Refund Form.


How do I get a refund for fees I have paid already to my child’s school?

With the Governor’s proclamation that schools will not re-open for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year, and also, that spring sports are canceled, we will be refunding many of the school fees and pay-to-play fees. Spring pay-to-play fees will be automatically refunded and are underway. Families that would like an ASB refund (where cards were purchased just for the spring season), a lunch account refund, or a different type of refund, please email In the email, please list the item for refund, the child’s name and school associated with the fee, and your contact information. Refunds will be made based on the original form of payment; credit card payments will be refunded to the credit card. Payments made by check or cash will be refunded via a check, mailed to the student’s home.


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 visit this page, as we have provided answers to the questions we hear most often.

Wellness is a Way of Life!

The need for students to eat more healthful foods and get more exercise is getting a lot of attention in schools these days.  Over the last several school years we've been putting in place a number of changes to make our meals even more nutritious for our customers.  For example, all of the meals we serve for breakfast or lunch must include fruit or vegetable servings.  In addition, snack and beverage items sold during school hours must meet specific nutrition standards. 


Olympia School District Wellness Policy:  OSD Wellness Policy Assessment of the Wellness Policy:  Assessment of Olympia Public Schools Local Wellness Policy

Department Contact Information

Child Nutrition Services
1302 North Street SE
Olympia, WA 98501
Voice: (360) 596-7007
Fax: (360) 596-7396

Paul Flock, Supervisor (360) 596-7064
Lisa Morrison, Administrative Assistant (360) 596-7022

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