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    Student Meals During Remote Learning

    Seattle Public Schools is committed to providing meal service to students. If you have questions about this program, please call 206-252-0675.

    Student Meals by Bus

    When: Monday - Friday, times vary by bus route and stop

    What: Pick up prepared cold meal offerings such as sandwiches, bagels, and hummus. 

    Who: Available for all students, parents and guardians

    The district provides student meals by bus Monday through Friday throughout Seattle. Please refer to our bus route maps and schedule online to determine the timing of the route or the school closest to your family.

    While some bus routes ended on Friday, August 21, the following eight (8) bus routes continue for weekday meal services:

    SPS School Sites

    When: Open Monday-Friday, 11:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m.

    What: Pick up sack breakfast and lunch meals prepared by SPS nutrition services team. Please menu below. Because of social distancing health guidance, families and students may not stay at school to eat.

    Who: Available for all students, parents and guardians

    Reheatable Meals by FareStart: Monday through Friday FareStart is providing reheatable prepared meals available for all families to pick up at school sites.

    Weekend Meal Support: Meal support for weekends, provided by the Backpack Brigade and Food For Schools, provides non-perishable food items such as canned goods, snacks, juice, etc., is available for all families in need to pick up on Fridays.

    How to Pick Up Student Meals

    • School site locations and specific directions for each site are provided in the tabs below.
    • If you need ADA accessibility support, staff are available to provide access.
    • Students and families can not stay at the school to eat them because of social distancing guidance from state and local health agencies.
    • All students can pick up meals at these sites. Parents, and guardians may pick up meals for students. Students do not need to be in attendance.
    • If an adult is delivering to non-family members in the community and needs more than 10 meals, they should have an agency badge, be Seattle Public Schools staff, or provide evidence that they are vouched for by Seattle Public Schools staff.

    Meal sites open September 4, 2020

    1. Adams Elementary School
    2. Arbor Heights Elementary School
    3. Beacon Hill Elementary School
    4. Catherine Blaine K-8 School
    5. Louisa Boren STEM K-8 School
    6. Broadview-Thomson K-8 School
    7. Bryant Elementary School
    8. Cedar Park Elementary School
    9. Concord International Elementary School
    10. B.F. Day Elementary School
    11. Denny Middle School and Chief Sealth International High School
    12. Eagle Staff Middle School
    13. Eckstein Middle School
    14. Franklin High School
    15. Bailey Gatzert Elementary School
    16. Graham Hill Elementary School
    17. Nathan Hale High School
    18. Hawthorne Elementary School
    19. Hay Elementary School
    20. Highland Park Elementary School
    21. Aki Kurose Middle School
    22. Lowell Elementary School
    23. Madison Middle School
    24. Madrona Elementary School
    25. Maple Elementary School
    26. Thurgood Marshall Elementary School
    27. Mercer Middle School
    28. North Beach Elementary School
    29. Northgate Elementary School
    30. Olympic Hills Elementary School
    31. Olympic View Elementary School
    32. Rainier Beach High School
    33. Rainier View Elementary School
    34. Rising Star Elementary School
    35. Roxhill Elementary School
    36. Sand Point Elementary School
    37. Seattle World School
    38. TOPS K-8 School
    39. Viewlands Elementary School
    40. Whittier Elementary School

    School sites that ended meal service after September 3

    1. Ballard High School
    2. Dunlap Elementary
    3. Emerson Elementary
    4. McClure Middle School
    5. Meany Middle School
    6. West Seattle Elementary
    7. West Seattle High