Child Nutrition Services

Lynn Johnson, Supervisor

3423 6th Street, Bremerton, WA  98312

The Kitsap Sun highlighted school nutrition programs in a March 4, 2013 article.  Five out of the fifteen schools earning recognition are in the Bremerton School District!  Way to go Child Nutrition Department.   

Free & Reduced Meals

2014-2015 Application


No Kid Hungry: Breakfast Changes Lives  

Increasing school breakfast participation has the potential to improve test scores, improve a child's attendance and increase graduation rates nationwide. Check out this informational graphic.

Pay for School Lunch Online

Online debit and credit card payment is a convenient way to pay for your student(s) lunches through your Family Access account. For a small fee of $1.50, parents can pay for all their students in one transaction.  Families can also access information about meal account activity, payment documentation, and account balance.
To find out how to obtain a Family Access password, please contact your school's office.
If you would like Free or low-cost health insurance for your children, call today to request an application: toll free 1-877-543-7669.

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Last Modified on January 5, 2015