*Interested in working part-time? Apply now for a variety of positions working with Highline Nutrition Services. Click HERE, scroll down, and use the Keyword 'Nutrition' to see open positions.*Our menus are interactive with pictures, nutrition facts and more! Click the icon below to find your school's menu.Download the Highline Mobile App get interactive school menus on the go.Please note that not all Middle School and High School food items are listed yet on the interactive menu, My School Menus. Coming soon! Thank you for your patience!Click the links below to access a single page printable menu:
Elementary School May June Breakfast in the Classroom May June Middle School May June High School May June Valley View, Head Start, ECEAP AM May June Valley View, Head Start, ECEAP PM May June Valley View, Head Start, ECEAP Snack May June
Click the links below for daily offerings at our high school campuses:
Raisbeck Aviation High School Menu Evergreen Campus Menu Highline High School Menu Mount Rainier High School Menu Tyee Educational Complex MenuNutrition Information
Nutrition information can be found on Highline's online menu!2017-18 School Meal Prices
Breakfast Lunch Free – With Approved Meal Application Free – With Approved Meal Application Reduced Price (All Levels) - No Charge Reduced Price (K-3) -- No Charge Student Price (All Levels) - $1.50 Reduced Price (4-12) --$0 .40 Adult – $2.50 Regular Price (K-6) – $2.75 Milk Only - $0.50 Regular Price (7-12) – $3.00 Adult w/ Milk- $3.75 Milk a la carte- $0.50
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