Welcome to the Marysville School District Child Nutritional Services. We are located at the Service Center (4220 80th ST NE). Our hours are 7:00 am to 12:00 pm. Monday-Friday (Service Center hours are 8:00 am. to 4:30 pm.). 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 Nutrition Services. Payments for your students' meals can be made online via the "pay online" link to the left, at the Service Center or at your students' school.
**MEALS ARE AVAILABLE MON-FRI 11:30-12:30 AT EACH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL**
PANDEMIC EBT BENEFITS FOR MEALS
MARYSVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT
TUESDAY, MARCH 09, 2021
Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) benefits are now available to eligible students in our school district. P-EBT is money for food to replace meals students missed at school during the school day because of the pandemic. Benefits are available to students who are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals AND
There is no need to apply to receive these benefits. Each eligible student will receive a P-EBT card in the mail. If your family has moved within the last two years, make sure your address on file with their school is up to date. The first payment of these benefits will arrive in the mail sometime in March.
Keep your P-EBT Card! More benefits may be added throughout the school year to students’ P-EBT cards if:
Schools remain closed to in-person services; OR
If students continue to miss meals served during the school day due to reduced school hours.
Students can continue to take part in free grab-and-go meal programs in our community and still get P-EBT. To learn more about our grab-and-go meal programs, visit our website at https://bit.ly/MSDChildNutrition.
Do you have any questions about P-EBT? If so, call the P-EBT Contact Center 1-833-518-0282 or visit www.dshs.wa.gov/pebt.
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.
Payments for student meals can be made by clicking on "pay online" to the left of this page, 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.
|A new application is required to be filled out every school year in order to apply/receive Free or Reduced Meal benefits. This years applications will be mailed out to the households the week of August 17, 2020. We encourage all families to apply. Completed applications may be mailed/dropped off at the Service Center or your students’ schools. We will notify you if your application is approved/denied by mail. If any child you are applying for is homeless, migrant, or a runaway, check the appropriate box and call your school. |
The Food Service department receives a large number of applications that we input manually at the beginning of the school year. Please complete the application thoroughly in order for it to be processed quickly and to avoid delay.
Only one application per household may include foster children. File a new application every year. List all students, including date of birth and school of every child. If you are receiving Basic Food, TANF or FDPIR - we need your case number. Names and income (jobs, per capita, social security, etc) of ALL the household members residing with you. The total number of people living in your household (section 3 on the application) The last four digits of your Social Security Number for INCOME BASED APPLICATIONS. Signature and date, lower right hand corner.
- Please use a pen to fill out the application. Applications in pencil will not be accepted.Please see required information below in order to process your application without delay.
A. For households NOT receiving any Basic Food (food stamps), TANF OR FDPIR (an income base household):- Student's Name, and their income if applicable (this includes SSI, per capita, jobs).
B. For a household with only a foster child(ren):- Student's Name
D. For a family getting Basic Food/TANF/FDPIR:- List all student names and case number where appropriate. if the student is not the one with a case number, enter the household member's name and their case number
Students with Free or Reduced price meals at school’s end in June 2020 with the Marysville School District:
Automatically will remain at the same status for the first 30 school days of the 2020-2021 school year.
However, if a new application is received and processed within the first 30 school days, benefit status may change from last year’s qualification. Please see the Program Income Guidelines below.
Students New to the Marysville School District:
If your child(ren) attended a different school district the prior year, a new application is to be filled out with Marysville School District for our records in order to qualify them.
Proof of Eligibility:
The information you provide may be verified at any time. You may be asked to send additional information to prove your child is eligible to receive free and reduced-price meals.
If you do not agree with the decision on your child's application or the process used to prove income eligibility, you may talk with Mike Sullivan (Executive Director of Finance & Operations), the Fair Hearing Official. You have the right to a fair hearing which may be arranged by calling the school's district at this number 360-965-0094.
You may apply for benefits any time during the school year. If you should have a decrease in household income, an increase in household size, or become unemployed, or receive Basic Food, TANF or FDPIR, you may be eligible for benefits and may fill out an application at that time.