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Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. All meals, foods and beverages are prepared and served by qualified child nutrition professionals. We provide students with access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the health and nutrition needs of students.

We have an exciting variety of menu items AND NEW foods to offer you this year.

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2020-2021 Meal Prices
















Milk only



Reduced K-12



Adult meal



Guest meal (including Guest children)



NOTE: Meal prices updated August 10, 2020

Harvest of the Month

August - English
August - Spanish



Interested in working as a Substitute Cook for North Marion Nutrition Services? Click here for more information.

Fresh Fruits & Vegetables, Whole Grains...

Want your kids to eat good food? Send Them to the School Cafeteria!
There they’ll find fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, low fat turkey products, high fiber breads and buns, reduced fat mayonnaise and salad dressing and lots of “oven baked’ products that were previously deep fried!  
  • Variety Bars are available daily at each North Marion School Cafeteria - featuring a rotating variety of fresh, canned and dried fruits and vegetables.
  • Tossed salads are fortified with fresh spinach leaves and are a daily staple at each variety bar.
  • Salad dressings, prepared mainly on campus, are made with low fat mayonnaise and skim milk.
  • Sandwiches, including hamburgers, are served on whole grain, high fiber bread…purchased from a company right here in Oregon that is dedicated to developing healthy food choices for Oregon’s school children.
  • Yes, we still serve pizza.  Our NEW pizza is prepared fresh from scratch daily on a delicious whole wheat crust with low fat, partially skim milk cheese and turkey pepperoni.
  • All milk served is either 1% or non-fat.

Allergies & Special Diets

Federal regulations require Child Nutrition Programs Sponsors to offer to all participants' breakfasts, lunches, after school snacks and milk that meet the meal requirements identified in the individual program regulations.

Federal regulations further require schools to make substitutions to the standard meal requirements for students who are considered disabled and whose disability restricts their diet.

A school district may, at its discretion, make substitutions for individual participants who are not "disabled persons" but are unable to consume a food item because of medical or other special dietary needs. 

North Marion Wellness Committee

Students, Parents, Teachers and the general public are invited to participate in the district’s wellness committee meetings . 

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