Healthy Schools and Healthy Students
Healthy schools produce healthy students. Healthy schools and school districts are those that support good nutrition and physical activity as part of a total learning environment.
The Issaquah School District adopted the Nutrition and Wellness Regulation (6700 and 6700P) and has taken steps to increase the nutritional value of school lunches. The District will establish guidelines for foods and beverages sold by the food service program and those sold in vending machines, snack bars, school stores, and school-sponsored fundraising events. Students will have opportunities for physical activity and appropriate exercise and accurate information on nutrition and wellness will be available.
An annual report will be posted each year to share basic information about the wellness policy and evaluate the progress of the schools within the district in meeting wellness goals. Please click here for the most recent report.
Free and Reduced Lunch Program
2016-17 Free and Reduced Lunch Program Application
2016-17 Free and Reduced Lunch Program Application Spanish
Children from households that meet federal income guidelines are eligible for free or reduced price lunches. Reduced price meals cost each eligible student 40¢. To apply for free or reduced price meals the applicant must complete a District Application Form requesting free or reduced price lunches. If you prefer, here is the District Application form in Spanish.
Return completed applications to your child's school office or to the Food Service Office. You may also mail your application to Issaquah School District Food Services, May Valley Service Center, 16430 SE May Valley Road, Renton, WA 98059.
Technology Resources for Families who Participate in the Free and Reduced Lunch Program
Comcast/Xfinity now offers internet service for $9.95/month for families who participate in the National School Lunch Program (free and reduced lunch). Families should contact Comcast/Xfinity
or call Comcast at 1-855-846-8376.
ISD also offers free (surplussed) desktop computers (and Windows/Office software) to families who participate in the National School Lunch Program (free and reduced lunch). Families should talk to their school counselor or a staff member.
Student PIN Numbers and Account Balances in Family Access
Instructions on how to access your student's lunch PIN number and account balance are now in Family Access. Account balance information shown is 24 hours old.
Note: if your student changes schools within the district, their PIN number will change as well. This new PIN number will be available in mid August before the start of every new school year.
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, parksand community centers. Call the Family Food Hotline at 1-866-3-HUNGRY or 1-877-8-HAMBRE or visit http://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks for more resources for Washington families.
Services and Contacts
Christine Richardson - Food Service Specialist
Nancy Beltz - Food Service Supervisor
Brian Olson - Director-Food Service
USDA Equal Opportunity Info
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