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Free Meal Services for Children Offered Through June 25 (with the exception of Memorial Day)


Snoqualmie Valley School District continues to provide free breakfast and lunch meals “to go,” Monday through Friday.  These meals are available for all children through 18 years of age, and students with special needs through age 21.  No paperwork or special qualifications are required for families to receive meals free of charge for their children. 


Visit the Food Services webpage for meal pick-up times and locations throughout the district. 


IMPORTANT:  We want to make sure all children can receive nutritional support, and understand there may be times when students are ill or busy with online classes at scheduled pick-up times.  Therefore, if a student cannot be present to pick up a meal in person, another family member may pick up their meals for them.  Also, if families are unable to get to any of the bus stops or schools where the meals are delivered, please email SVSD Director of Food Services Pam Chamber at, so we can consider other options to provide needed meals.


Two Key Dates:

  • Please note that district meal service will not be available on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25.
  • Otherwise, SVSD meals will continue Monday-Friday through Thursday, June 25. (Although the last day of school for students is Friday, June 19, we plan to extend meal services a few days longer through the last day that many of our staff are working before summer break.)

We extend a huge thanks to our dedicated Food Services staff who have been working hard, every day since schools closed mid-march, to provide nutritious meals for children. Thanks also to the many SVSD paraeducators and bus drivers who are helping prepare, deliver, and hand out meals to Snoqualmie Valley families throughout the district.