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City View has partnered with Fresh n' Local for our daily lunch service.  Fresh n' Local delivers lunches to our students and families can order either the basic lunch or a Gluten Free/Dairy Free/ Vegetarian lunch. Families can also opt for milk for their students which can either accompany a meal or be ordered ala carte.

Lunch Program 2022-2023

Main Campus Lunch Program (Kinder to 4th grade)

With the shift in the National Lunch Program and Oregon no longer making breakfasts and lunch free for all students, we will need to revert to pre-ordered meals.  City View uses Fresh n' Local to provide nutritious lunches for its students. Since we outsource our lunch program, it is important that we place orders with them in the preceding months so they can plan and prepare.  Orders after the cut-off will be taken on a case-by-case basis depending on the allowances from our vendor, but generally about the 18th of the preceding month..  Meals can be placed using the link below:



Middle School Lunch Program (5th to 8th)

City View staff have been working with the Nutrition team from HSD to make sure City View students can continue to obtain breakfast and lunch from the Evergreen Cafeteria.  With the shift in the National Lunch Program and Oregon no longer making breakfasts and lunch free for all students, we will need to revert to pre-ordered meals.  However, these meals will need to be ordered only a week in advance. Pre-ordering will be cut off on Thursday, the week before service (for example, for the week of Sept 6th to 9th, orders must be placed by Sept 1st)

 The process will look like what we have at the main campus, where families will log into their account, and when you select your 5th to 8th-grade student, you will see the CV2 menu to choose from.  All meals will come with the option of milk, fruit, and veggies at the point of delivery and will not be listed on the order form.  Families may order meals for Fridays, and students will pick them up as they leave campus.  Breakfasts will be pre-ordered. However, we will not know the breakfast menus at this time.

 Families who qualify for free or reduced meals must still order their student's meals using the program and pre-order.  If you are unsure if your family has qualified or would like to see if you qualify, you can access more information on the state site using this link.

 Evergreen will not have meals for sale for City View students. However, our students can bring cash and purchase al-a-cart items like milk, juice, or available treats.  We will not know daily what will be available for these al-a-cart purchases.

Every effort will be made to have the meal options listed on the menu available for the students.  However, with the current supply chain challenges, the Evergreen staff may need to make substitutions in the meals offered.  These may happen on the day of service, and students will be given other options for that meal, and City View will not be able to refund money for these substitutions. 

Free and Reduced Lunch Applications

All families who feel that they would fall into the Free and Reduced lunch program and are not currently receiving SNAP or TANIF benefits from the state are still encouraged to place an application. During COVID The Oregon Department of  Education Child Nutrition Program has other benefits that families who qualify for free or reduced lunches would be able to benefit from.

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