General Information

  •  Final Change to Meals Program Begins February 22

    Some of our youngest students will begin in-person hybrid learning starting Wednesday, Feb. 24, with older grade levels phasing in through the beginning of March. Because of hybrid learning, our school buses will now be needed to transport students and therefore home delivery of meals will no longer be possible.

    There will be no more meal delivery to homes starting Feb. 22. Instead, families can pick up a full week’s worth of meals at one time every Tuesday or Friday. Hot lunch will be provided to students during their in-person learning days. The last day of meal delivery to households will be Friday, Feb. 19.

    Meal Pick Up For Students in CDL and the WLWV K12 Online Program

    • Five days’ worth of meals will be available for pickup for all students on Tuesdays and Fridays at all school locations. Meal sets include breakfast and lunch.
    • The pick-up window will be from 11 a.m. – noon.
    • Meals are free for all children age 18 and younger who reside in the district boundary regardless of school attendance.
    • Families can pick up meals from any school location.
    • Families who are currently having meals delivered to their household will receive extra meals for every child during the week of Feb. 15.

    Meal Service for Students in Hybrid Learning

    •  Hot lunch will be available for all students participating in hybrid learning during days they are learning at school. No ordering is required.
    • Hot lunch will not be served at school on Fridays due to the shortened school day.
    • Only lunch will be served during in-person learning days. There will be no breakfast.
    • Even for students in hybrid learning, families will pick up a week’s worth of meals at any school location for the days students are learning at home. Meal sets include breakfast and lunch.
    • Pick Up Days are every Tuesday and Friday from 11 a.m. – noon.
    • Meals are free for all students.

    To learn more about lunch protocols during hybrid learning, please visit our FAQ section on the district website. To learn more about the Meal Program or to contact the nutrition services department, please visit their webpage on the district website.

    El Cambio Final al Programa de Alimentos comienza el 22 de febrero

    Algunos de nuestros estudiantes más jóvenes comenzarán el aprendizaje híbrido en persona, el lunes 22 de febrero con los niveles de grado más avanzados integrándose a principios de marzo. Los estudiantes que asistieron al aprendizaje híbrido en persona, tendrán la opción de recibir un almuerzo caliente, y los camiones de nuestras escuelas, ahora necesitan transportar a los estudiantes a la escuela y de regreso. Debido a estos factores, la transición al aprendizaje híbrido requiere un cambio final en nuestro Programa de Distribución de Alimentos. 

    No habrá más entrega de alimentos comenzando el 22 de febrero. En vez de eso, las familias pueden recoger el equivalente a una semana completa una vez cada martes o viernes. Los almuerzos calientes serán procurados a los estudiantes en sus días de aprendizaje en persona. El último día de entrega de alimentos a los hogares será el viernes 19 de febrero.

    Entrega de alimentos para estudiantes en CDL y en el Programa en Línea WLWV K12

    • El equivalente a cinco días de alimentos estarán disponibles para recogerse en martes y viernes en todas las escuelas. Los alimentos incluyen un desayuno y almuerzo. 
    • La ventana para la entrega de estos, será de 11 a.m. a medio dia (12 p.m.).
    • Las familias que están actualmente recibiendo entrega de comidas a sus hogares, recibirán alimentos extra por cada estudiante durante la semana del 15 de febrero. 
    • Los alimentos son gratuitos para todos los niños de 18 años y más jóvenes que residen en los límites de nuestro distrito, sin importar la escuela a la que asistan. 
    • Las familias pueden recoger los alimentos desde cualquier escuela. 

    Servicio de Alimentos para estudiantes en Aprendizaje Híbrido

    • Un almuerzo caliente estará disponible para todos los estudiantes participantes en el aprendizaje híbrido durante los días que están aprendiendo en la escuela.
    • El almuerzo caliente no se servirá en la escuela los viernes debido al día acortado de escuela.
    • Solo se servirá almuerzo durante los días de aprendizaje en persona. No habrá desayuno. 
    • Las familias pueden recoger el equivalente a una semana de alimentos desde cualquier escuela para los días que los estudiantes están aprendiendo en casa. Los alimentos incluyen desayuno y almuerzo. 
    • Los días de entrega de alimentos serán cada martes y viernes de 11 a.m. a medio dia (12 p.m.).
    • Los alimentos son gratuitos para todos los estudiantes.

    Para aprender más acerca de los protocolos para alimentos durante el aprendizaje híbrido, por favor visite nuestra sección de Preguntas Frecuentes en el sitio web del distrito. Para aprender más acerca del Programa de Alimentación o para contactar al departamento de servicios a la nutrición, por favor, visite su página web en el sitio web del distrito.

    In West Linn-Wilsonville, our school lunches offer a complete selection of foods that students enjoy. The food we serve is made from wholesome, whole grain, low fat and low sodium ingredients, and fruits and vegetables are offered daily. Students are encouraged to come back for as many fruits and vegetables as they want, and many of the foods served in WLWV cafeterias are Oregon grown.

    Our lunch and breakfast menus are constantly evolving as local foods are in season and the tastes of our students change. West Linn-Wilsonville schools frequently host tasting events in school cafeterias to introduce students to new and nutritious foods while giving students input into their cafeteria menu. We do our best to serve students quickly and always with a smile, and we appreciate our students' and families' help to keep lunch accounts current.
    Meal assistance is also available for eligible families. To avoid paying full price for meals, please complete your Application for Free & Reduced Meals before school starts or before the meal benefit grace period ends if you had meal benefits the previous year. Benefits from the previous school year expire annually near the beginning of October. To avoid a lapse in meal benefits, please apply prior to October as there is a 10 day processing period. Applications for the new year become available after July 1st. For more information please contact us at your convenience.
    The Electronic Confidential Application for Free & Reduced Meals is available online - please apply today. Applications can be completed at any time. To avoid accruing meal balances please apply as early as July 1st every year. Benefits expire annually unless you re-apply and are approved. Applications are also available in the school office.

    (When filling out the application, you can go back to check or modify information by clicking "previous." Please add all household members by "updating total" then "save information." When you go to the next page, click "Add New Member" for everyone in your household.) 

    The District has been approved for the federally funded, confidential program which provides balanced meals for children. If your family qualifies for the meal benefit program, your student(s) will be eligible for a fully balanced breakfast and/or lunch that includes a beverage each day.

    The Oregon legislature provided funding to eliminate the reduced price payment for School Breakfast and Lunch. For the school year 2020-2021, breakfast and lunch will be accessible at no charge to students who qualify for reduced-price meals.

    Milk or juice by itself is not a covered benefit of the meal program and can be purchased for $.50 cents.

    Please contact us if you need assistance.

    Rhonda (Assistant/Eligibility Specialist) 503-673-7992 or
    Lindsey (Manager) 503-673-7978

    Excellence ~ Integrity ~ Teamwork 

    Communication ~ Decision Making

    Wellness ~ Sustainability 

    It is a commitment to provide the highest quality food and service.

    Meals are nutritious, delicious and appealing.
    Standards meet or exceed federally mandated guidelines
    and comply with all health, sanitation and safety regulations.

    Each student's needs and differences are respected.
    The nutrition department is a partner with the District in the nutrition
    as well as the education process,

    working to nourish and educate the hearts and minds of all students.

    Developed by the Nutrition Team, 2005

    School House

    Would you like to be a part of the wonderful experiences that we provide to our students? Have you ever realized that even our lunch time provides valuable educational experiences? Would you like to join us in helping our children grow and be healthy? We are currently looking for help in our kitchens. It's an amazingly rewarding experience that consumes only a portion of the day. You can be home before school to help your children get to school, and back home after school to welcome them home. And you can even get paid for that time in between! You work only on school days. If you are interested, here's how you can apply:

    USDA Nondiscrimination Statement

    In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.

    Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.

    To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by: 

    1. mail:    
      U.S. Department of Agriculture
      Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
      1400 Independence Avenue, SW
      Washington, D.C. 20250-9410
    2.   fax:    (202) 690-7442; or
    3.   email:
    This institution is an equal opportunity provider. 

    The Nutrition Department will ensure there is no barrier for participation in the eligibility programs for Limited English Proficient (LEP) families. The Nutrition Department communicates with parents and guardians in language(s) they can understand throughout the application, certification and verification processes. Resources available include but are not limited to:

    Translation of all website materials to four languages
    Telephone and in-person interpreters for other languages

    Written materials are available in other languages and are obtained from the Oregon Department of Education, Child Nutrition Program and are also translated in-house using a professional interpreter service. 

    Send an email
    Department of Operations
    Nutrition Services
    2755 SW Borland Rd
    Tualatin, OR  97062
    ph:  503 673-7992    fax: 503 638-0486