2023-24 Breakfast & Lunch Ordering With the start of the new school year and In compliance with the free Universal Meals Program, every child who wants to receive a meal at breakfast and lunch during the school year MUST register on The LunchMaster site HERE (use code “woodsideschool"). So all 2022-23 participants MUST re-apply for the 2023-24 school year through the applications below. Parents must update their student’s account with the correct GRADE for the current school year. This process must be done every new school year in order to ensure efficiency with our meal distribution here at school. In addition, it’s imperative to order on a timely basis to ensure your students are on the daily meal list. All breakfast and lunches are supplied to students at no cost. Questions? Please contact Liza in the front office.
WESD is continuing with The LunchMaster for breakfast (served from 8:00 to 8:20am) and lunch for the 2023-24 school year. WESD provides meals to ALL students in the district as part of the Universal Meals Program. Please read through the instructions below as parents must register by creating an account at: https://thelunchmaster.com/register/, using code: woodsideschool.
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