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    Free Meals For Families!

    Free Meals for Families

    All Sealth families are welcome to come get free meals at the Denny Galleria, every day from 10:45am to 1:15pm. Students do not need to be present to get meals for families. 

    The lunch ladies at Sealth and Denny are at school everyday preparing fresh meals on site. They would love to see you and your families and can't wait to see you every day back in school!

    In addition to fresh lunches, you can also pick up:

    • prepackaged meals and frozen meals from FareStart and Seattle Public Schools Nutrition Services
    • fresh fruits and vegetables
    • breakfast cereals and pastries
    • non-perishable food items
    • and more!

    April 2021 Menu

    Check out the current menu for the month of April.

    Notice

    Meal Sites are Closed during Spring Break, April 12 - April 16. 

    April Features

        Wing Wednesdays!       Fresh Pizza Every Day!   
     Wing Wednesdays  Fresh Pizza Daily

    Our Meals

    At Seattle Public Schools, our school menus focus on:

    • inspired variety of meals that reflect the rich cultures and interests of our school community
    • more seasonal fruits and vegetables and whole-grain rich items.
    • meals with less sodium.

    Free and Reduced Price School Meals

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    We encourage all eligible families to submit a new application for free and reduced price meals prior to the start of each new school year. This allows the application to be processed and the correct eligibility established before school starts. Families have the ability to fill out the Free and Reduced Price Meal Application online. You can find translated copies of the application on our Free and Reduced Price Meal webpage.

    How to Pick Up Meals from Meal Sites

    • 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.