Washington County Schools Nutrition Department is excited to provide daily curbside meal pick-up and meal delivery for virtual students. At this time, we will be offering meals to Washington County Schools students only.
Curbside Pick-up: How it works
- Meals will be provided from 10:00am-1:00pm Monday through Friday at all Washington County School locations.
- Eligible students will receive one breakfast and one lunch per day at the time of pick-up.
- Each individual school will establish how traffic will flow and the precise pick up location for meals. Please contact the school’s office to find out how to pick up meals at that school.
- You may choose any school to pick up meals; it doesn’t have to be the school your child attends. Parents/guardians with students at multiple schools should pick up all meals at one school site.
- Parents/guardians are allowed to pick up meals and bring them home to their children. Parents/guardians will need to show proof of WCDE enrollment at meal pickup if children are not physically present with them. (Student ID, Report Card, PowerSchool login, etc.)
Meal Delivery: How it works
- Meal delivery will be offered to families who need this service. If your student needs a meal delivered, you must call or email Kim Rivers at 423-753-1100 or firstname.lastname@example.org to give parental consent for meals to be delivered to your child.
- Meals will be delivered daily between 9:00am-1:00pm depending on your location and the bus delivery route.
- Eligible students will receive one breakfast and one lunch per day at the time of delivery.
Meal Costs and Payments
- Meals will be charged to the student’s account according to the student’s eligibility status.
- There must be sufficient funds in a student’s meal account to cover the cost of meals.
- If you don’t already have an account set up, you may do so HERE
- Cash payments can be made on-site or arranged through the Washington County Schools Nutrition Office by contacting 423-753-1107.
- Reduced breakfast $.30
- Reduced lunch $.40
- Paid breakfast $1.70
- Paid lunch -
- Elementary (K-4) $2.50
- Middle School - (5-8) $2.60
- High School - (9-12) $2.90
Free and Reduced Lunch Applications: How to Apply
- Applications for free and reduced benefits will be available at all Washington County School front office locations. One application is submitted for all children in the household who attend school in Washington County. You may return completed applications to any Washington County school front office or cafeteria manager.
- Applications can also be completed online HERE
- For more information regarding free and reduced benefits please visit our website or contact the School Nutrition Office at 423-753-1107.
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