student nutrition

Who to Contact

Name Title Phone E-mail
Kevin Scott Director of Student Nutrition 253-583-5490 ksscott@cloverpark.k12.wa.us
Katie Walters Asst. Director of Student Nutrition 253-583-7381 kwalters@cloverpark.k12.wa.us
Loraine Reda Secretary 253-583-5490 x5934 lreda@cloverpark.k12.wa.us

Services Provided

Student Nutrition offers a variety of breakfast, lunch and snack programs to students and staff in Clover Park School District and participates in the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs. Student Nutrition also offers a variety of catering options for district events and meetings. Sodexo Corporation provides all meal services for Clover Park School District.

Meal costs

Lunch

Elementary: $2.60

Secondary: $2.85

Reduced price: $0.40

Staff: $3.80

Milk: $0.50

Breakfast

Elementary: $1.55

Secondary: $1.70

Reduced price: $0.30

Staff: $2.35

How to pay for meals

Pre-payment of meals is encouraged. You may send cash or check for any amount and it will be placed in your student's account. Each time they eat, the appropriate amount will be debited from their account. Student meal cards are used at the time of service. Payment for meals can be accepted in the cafeteria for secondary schools and in the main office for elementary schools. For elementary schools, please be sure to put the payment in a sealed envelope and label it with your child's full name and indicate that the money is for lunch/breakfast meals. Payment can also be accepted in the cafeteria during meal service. If your elementary student forgets to bring money, they will be allowed to charge one meal and will receive an emergency meal there after until payment is made.

Pay Online

We also offer online payment through MealTime. MealTime Online is the gateway to your student's "MealTime" school lunch account.

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Menus

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Elementary Schools

Our elementary lunch program features the “Kids Way Café”. Everyday we offer at least four (4) entrée selections. To compliment the entrée, a variety of fresh and canned fruits/vegetables are available on our offering bar. Offering bars are self-service. Nonfat chocolate and 1% milk are also available.

Most of our elementary schools also offer breakfast before school. Breakfast includes a daily special entrée or crisp cereal variety. Students may also select from our fresh or canned fruit or juice offering and a milk. The following schools offer free breakfast to all students: Carter Lake, Custer, Dower, Evergreen, Greenwood, Hillside, Lake City, Oakwood, Park Lodge, Southgate and Tillicum. Clarkmoor, Lakeview, Lake Louise and Tyee Park also offer free breakfast daily which is delivered to the classroom.

Middle Schools

Our middle schools offer Edz, also known as “Energy Download Zone”. Multiple entrée choices, including hand formed pizza crusts and fresh baked deli bread, plus daily specials, are but a few of the selections. “Offering bars have fresh/canned fruits and vegetables to round out your student's meal. These are self service bars. Nonfat chocolate and 1% milk are also available. We also offer snack bars where students may purchase items such as bottled water, Gatorade, bagels, sandwiches, pizza pockets, chips and similar snack items.

All middle schools offer hot breakfast every morning. Items such as ham/egg/cheese muffins and pancakes are just a few of our breakfasts that can give your student the jump-start they need for a day of learning. Breakfast is free for all students at Lochburn and Woodbrook Middle Schools.

High Schools

Clover Park High School and Lakes High School offer many of the same items as the middle schools under the “Crossroads Café” format; including entrees and offering bars with fruits/vegetables, and milk. Clover Park offers a hot breakfast every morning.

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Nutrition

Each item in our menu is analyzed for nutrition. Menu analysis is gauged against the National School Lunch/National School Breakfast Program and the “Dietary Guidelines for Healthy Americans”. The guidelines recommend that total fat should be limited to less than 30% of total calories and saturated fat be less than 10% of total calories. Recommendations also are structured around plenty of vegetables, fruits and grains. Meals contribute one-third of the recommended daily allowance (RDA’s) for calories, protein, iron, calcium, and vitamins A & C based on the applicable age or grade levels. We encourage eating a balanced diet. Nutrition information is provided for students throughout the year.

Free and Reduced Priced Meals

Applications for the free and reduced lunch/breakfast program are available at all school offices or lunch rooms. You may apply at anytime during the school year. Be sure to sign the form and include all members of your household, and turn the form in to your school. Your application is completely confidential and will be processed within 10 working days. Please call the food service office if you have questions. Only one application per household is needed.

Catering

Student Nutrition offers an extensive catering menu for District meetings and events. Please contact us for menu and ordering information.

Employment Opportunities

If you enjoy working with kids and are looking for challenging part time work, we may have the job for you. We are always accepting applications for substitute and permanent positions. Application instructions and open positions are posted on the Human Resources page of this web site. Applications are available in the Human Resources department in the CPSD Student Services Center (SSC) at 10903 Gravelly Lake Dr. Lakewood, WA, 98499.

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