Meal Application & Paying for Meals

Students Qualifying for Free or Reduced priced meals can have breakfast and lunch free of charge!
House Bill 1342: Eliminating Lunch Co-pays for Students Who Qualify for Reduced-Price Lunches In SY 2006–07, Washington State eliminated the reduced-price co-pay for all public-school students participating in the School Breakfast Program and for students in grades K–3 for the National School Lunch Program (NSLP).
With the passage of House Bill 1342 (2021), the State legislature eliminated the lunch co-pay for grades Pre-K and 4–12.
Therefore, all students eligible for reduced-price meals in public schools operating USDA school meal programs can receive breakfast and lunch at no cost.
Students receiving benefits from state programs such as Basic Food or Medicaid automatically qualify for free/reduced priced meals.
If you received an email stating your child or children automatically qualify for free/reduced price meals, you do not need to complete a meal application.
If you did not receive this email, please complete a meal application.
More than a meal application