Child Nutrition

Welcome to Child Nutrition
Phone: (509) 972-6040
Fax: (509) 972-6041
Office: 7505 Zier Road (JH building)
Mission Statement
West Valley Child Nutrition strives to provide nutritious, quality meals that promote healthful, life-long eating habits enabling students to attain their highest level of achievement.


EXCITING NEWS! USDA extends FREE MEALS for all children 1-18 years old through June 2021. West Valley Child Nutrition will provide the following:

  • In-Person Learners will receive breakfast and lunch in the classroom.
  • REMOTE ONLY & HYBRID LEARNERS (2-Days Onsite Only) may pick up weekly meal packs to enjoy at home.

Child Nutrition can only provide up to two meals (breakfast & lunch) per student per day (up to 7 days per week). If your student is attending Daily In-Person Learning (Elementary Schools), please do not pick up the weekly meal packs.



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WEDNESDAY, January 27


JUNIOR HIGH CAMPUS                     3:30-5:30 PM           


*** A snow day will postpone curbside meal distributions to the next day. 

My School Apps Home Page
Free and Reduced Price Meal Application - APPLY TODAY!
Apply Online for Meal Benefits! You may apply anytime during the school year. A new free and reduced application is required each school year.  Please visit to apply today!
School Lunch Account Deposits - Available Now
Create an online account with a student ID number for automatic payments, reminder emails, balance warnings, and much more! Please visit to make a deposit today!

Helpful How-To Videos for MySchoolBucks
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