Welcome to Marysville Child Nutrition
Welcome to the Marysville School District Child Nutritional Services. We are located at the Service Center (4220 80th ST NE). Our hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday-Friday (Service Center hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.). If you have a free & reduced meal application to drop off after hours, please use the lock box located to the right of the main doors if the Service Center is closed. If you have any questions, please call or email Child Nutritional Services. Payments for your students' meals can be made online via the E-Funds, at the Service Center or at your students' school.
Our menus are nutritionally analyzed to provide the appropriate levels of calories, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, iron, and percentages of fat and saturated fat. A school lunch consists of an entrée, side dishes and milk. Students are required to take a minimum of an entrée and at least one other food item. If the student does not take the minimum meal requirements, the lunch is considered “ala carte”. We encourage students to make healthy food choices. Each school has an Offering Bar filled with an assortment of salads, fruits and vegetables. The Offering Bar is self-service to allow students to take larger portions of their favorite fruits and vegetables.
We believe that breakfast is a vital part of a child’s day. Studies have shown a direct link between eating breakfast and a child’s ability to learn. Students who eat breakfast are able to perform better in school. Breakfast is available each morning at all of the Marysville Schools. Students who qualify for free or reduced price lunches automatically qualify for free breakfasts.
Menus and Carb Counts
Summer meal program
- Elementary Breakfast Menu
- Elementary Lunch Menu
- ECEAP Lunch Menu
- Breakfast in the Classroom Menu (Quil Ceda Tulalip & Liberty)
- Carb Counts (Breakfast) - Elementary
- Carb Counts (Lunch) Elementary
- Secondary Breakfast Menu
- Middle School Lunch Menu
- Getchell, Marysville Tulalip & Pilchuck Lunch Menu
- Carb Counts (Breakfast) - Middle School
- Carb Counts (Breakfast) - High School
- Carb Counts (Lunch) - Middle School
- Carb Counts (Lunch) - High School
21st Century Snack & Dinner Program
Available Sites: Quil Ceda Tulalip, Liberty, Cascade and Shoultes Elementary
Meal Prices and Information
Payments for student meals can be made using the online payment system (E-funds through the Family Access site), in person at the Service Center (located on 80th ST NE), or at your students' school. We are unable to accept payments over the phone. To use the online payment system, please log in to your Family Access site, and then choose Food Service. You must create an account with E-funds. If you do not have your Family Access log in information, please contact the secretary at your students school.
- Elementary $2.00
- Secondary $2.25
- Adults $3.00
- Reduced Breakfast - Free
- Elementary $3.00
- Secondary $3.25
- Adult $4.50
- Reduced Lunch $.40 (Free for K-3)
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