The Silver Falls School District Summer Lunch Program is back for 2021!
We’re serving no-cost lunches every weekday throughout the summer. This program is for all children ages 1-18 — no need to register or be approved!
Monday thru Friday, June 21st thru August 26th
Where / What Time
Silverton High School Grant Street Turnaround — 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM
Mark Twain School Ball Field — 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Coolidge McClaine Park — 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM
Scotts Mills Elementary — 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Now serving even more local products! Meet Our Local Producers / Conoce A Nuestros Productores Locales.
2021 Summer Meal Program Menus
2020-21 School Year No-Cost Meal Locations
In addition to the No-Cost meals served to all children on in-person school days, the district provides meals at No-Cost to families for all children ages 1-18 in a drive-thru/pick-up model on the following schedule:
- Mondays from 11 am to 1 pm at all schools with food service.
- Tuesday-Friday from 11 am to Noon at Silverton High School, in the Grant Street turnaround on the East side of the school ground.
Free or Reduced Lunch Applications:
Did you know you can now view your child’s meal account balance and pay online? It’s true! Just visit the Mealtime Pay Online website and sign up for an account. You can add all of your Silver Falls School District students to your account and view all their meal balances in one easy-to-use location. Please note: you will require the student ID (aka the “lunch number”) for each child you wish to add. Please check with your students, as most of them know their number already. If you need further assistance, please contact your child’s school.
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