Food Service Director: Pam ChambersTelephone: 425-831-8009Secretary: Nancy ParsonsFor F.S. Invoices, Meal Statements and Free/Reduced InformationTelephone: 425-831-8030Fax: 425-831-8040Online Payment System: The payment system will update payments three times a day: 6 a.m., 10 a.m. (prior to lunches) and 12 midnight. It is different than you may be used to, so know that your payment is not immediate. If you having problems, please call us at 425.831.8030 or 425.831.8000, with the following information, child's name, date of payment, amount paid and confirmation number.The food service staff at Snoqualmie Valley School District provides your child with the fuel to power the learning engine. We encourage every child to participate in the school breakfast and lunch programs, which provide well-balanced, well-prepared, convenient meals, as well as a la carte snacks.Summer Meals and Snacks for Kids:The Washington State Summer Meals Program feeds Kids and teens 18 years and under. Sites are located at places such as schools, parks and community centers. To find a site near you, call 1-866-348-6479 or text 97779. Visit http://www.ParentHelp123.org for more resources for Washington families.Community Involvement Committee: This Food Service committee helps set guidelines for growth and change in the program. We welcome participation by any family member. We want to know what we do now that you value and what expectations you would like us to meet. Please call 425-831-8009 for more information.Apply to Substitute: If you’d like to watch your child enjoy that school meal, please apply to work as a substitute in our kitchens. We offer part-time work that allows you to be home with your child at the beginning and end of the school day. Most substitute shifts are short, but packed with activity. They offer instant gratification – you’ll see lots of happy smiles on the kids you’re feeding.
Important: 2018-19 Free and Reduced Applications may be completed at any time throughout the school year. You may obtain an application online in Family Access, on the district website, or at any school or the district office.