Menu & Meal Prices

  • School Meals
    Online payments can be made into food service accounts!  
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    Ordway Salad Bar - local radishes, local delicate squash, local greens!
     Ordway Salad Bar - Local Radishes,
      Local Delicata Squash and Local Greens!


    March     Captain Charles Wilkes Elementary   
    March     Captain Johnston Blakely Elementary     
    March     Commodore Options School
    March     Ordway Elementary
    Sonoji Sakai Intermediate School
    Woodward Middle School
    Bainbridge Island High School

    Meal Prices

    • Grades K-3: Lunch is $3.65; $0 for reduced price
    • Grade 4: Lunch is $3.65; $0.40 for reduced price
    • Grades 5-6: Lunch is $3.75; $0.40 for reduced price
    • Breakfast at Ordway and Sakai: $2.00; $0 for reduced price
    • Grades 7-8: Breakfast is $2 and $0 for reduced price; Lunch is $4.00 and $0.40 for reduced price
    • Grades 9-12: Breakfast is $2 and $0 for reduced price; Lunch is $4.50 and $0.40 for reduced price
    • Milk and Juice: $0.75
    • Adults: Breakfast is $2.50 (Ordway, Sakai, WMS and BHS); Lunch is $5.00
    Families can learn about applying for free and reduced price meals by visiting:  Free and Reduced Meal Information
     Pick Me 2
    As school food and nutrition professionals, we see ourselves uniquely positioned to promote healthy eating habits.  We plan well-balanced, healthy meals that are required to meet science-based, federal nutrition standards.
    • No more than 30% of calories can come from fat, less than 10% from saturated fat.
    • Meals must provide 1/3 of the Recommended Dietary Allowances of protein, vitamins A and C and calcium.
    • School meals are served in age-appropriate portion size.
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    This institution is an equal opportunity provider.