Nourishing bodies and minds.
Student achievement starts with nutrition. Well-nourished students perform better in the classroom. That's why Sodexo is so dedicated to providing healthy, nutritious offerings in our school cafeterias. Our professionally trained chefs create and kid-test new recipes every day to make sure your students have fresh, delicious, and nutritious meals, including breakfast in cafeterias, classrooms, and grab-and-go selections.
We have created several links below to help guide you through our Sodexo Nutrition program here at the Peninsula School District. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to call.
Our Menus and Nutritional Information:
MealTime Online Registration and Payment:
NOTE: The free and reduced application available on the my mealtime site will not be accepted. Click on the "Free and Reduced Application" link above for the approved application.
For more information on catering please call Katie Walters at 253-530-1015.
Free and Reduced Lunch Program:
Students from households that meet Federal income guidelines are eligible for free or reduced price lunches. Complete the Free and Reduced Application returning it to your child's school main office or to the Nutrition Services Office. You may also mail your application to Peninsula School District Nutrition Services, 14015 62nd Avenue NW, Gig Harbor, WA 98332.
Summer feeding resources in our area:
- The Family Food Hotline at 1-888-4-FOOD-WA. Calling this number will give families the location, meal times, and contact information for summer meals based on their full address, city, and/or zip code.
- The Parent Help website at ParentHelp123.org. This website is easy for families to use as they can easily access summer meal locations by entering their zip code.
- Text, FoodWA, to 877-877. Users will receive a return text with information on summer food sites based on their zip code
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