Food & Nutrition
While schools are closed, our Food Services and Transportation departments have teamed up to delivery free meals to children. Children do not need to be enrolled, but they must be age 18 or younger. Meals must be pre-ordered each day and can be picked up from more than 30 locations.
Northshore School District is part of the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs. All schools offer breakfast and lunch. Menus are available online along with nutritional information.
We serve meals that are convenient, economical and healthy to our students daily. Our menus are designed to provide good nutrition, variety and the best service possible for your children. We continually look for new menu items to offer.
Meal prices can be found on the Elementary and Secondary Breakfast and Lunch Information pages.
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