EWSD Breakfast and Lunch Menus
All breakfast and lunch meals will be free to all children 18 years and younger for the 2021-2022 school year.
You can now find all of our menus posted on MealViewer!!
- You do not need to create a profile or account to view school menus
- The Breakfast Menu appears first. Use the tabs to the upper left of the month to toggle to the Lunch Menu.
- All K-8 schools serve similar meals - so any school will have the same menu in those grades
- Nutritional information is listed with every item, day by day
- Mobile Users: You may bookmark the MealViewer webpage (link goes to an instruction page) for future use on your cell phone, or add a link to your home screen for online use. The program also has a MealViewer to Go app, available in Google Play or iTunes.
For more on our COVID-19 response visit: www.ewsd.org/covid
Last Updated on August 20, 2021.
Celebrating 1 Million Meals!
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