Food Service Menus and Info

summer meals

Happy June!  I hope your families enjoy the hectic, sunny, pollen-filled, fun end of the school year!  Please see the information above if you are interested in finding summer meals for children 18 and younger in Clark County.

As we get ready for summer break - just a couple of important notes!

-- Join your elementary student for our upcoming end of year picnic!  K-1 will be held on Tuesday, June 6.  Grades 2-5 on Tuesday, June 13.  All are welcome!  Adult lunches $3.70.  Lunches for visiting children are $2.55.  Student lunches are charged at their normal lunch price.

-- Please check your students' accounts to be sure they are paid off before summer break.  Cash or check payments can be made at school.  Credit card payments are available online through Skyward/Family Access.

Thank you as always for letting us help to nourish Hockinson's children.  

Colleen O'Brien

2016-2017 Hockinson Meal Prices

  Breakfast Lunch
Elementary $1.35 $2.55
Middle $1.60 $2.70
High $1.85 $2.95
Reduced K-3 $0.00 $0.00
Reduced 4-12 $0.00 $0.40
Adult $2.35 $3.70
Milk $0.60 $0.60

Breakfast is available at NO CHARGE for all students receiving free or reduced lunch at all schools.  Elementary breakfast is just $1.35, while middle school breakfast costs $1.60.  High school breakfast costs $1.85. 

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