Food Service Menus and Info

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Happy February!  There are so many things to do during this short month!  Take some time to check out our menus and ask your kids what they're eating at school!  We are excited to have just wrapped up our every-third year state review of our food service operations.  I'm happy to say that the results were great and that our auditor was especially complimentary of the staff working within the program and of our high school students whom she observed during her visit.  We are always excited to be part of the Hockinson community, and it's gratifying to have someone visit us and validate what we already know - Hockinson is a great place with awesome people! 

We are also excited to participate in the district wellness program and to make recommendations including focusing on healthy classroom celebrations and non-food rewards at school.

Stop by and share a meal with your student, or give me a call if you'd like to talk about our meal program.  My office is in the high school, and I'm always glad to speak with parents and students about our program and the work we do in our schools and in our community.

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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