Free Lunch Available For Kids 1-18

While the Nampa School District is educating students online, free lunches (including breakfast for the following day) are available for curbside pickup at Iowa, Willow Creek, Reagan, Sherman, Endeavor, Snake River and West. Lunch service is from 11:15-noon. These meals are available for any child in the community ages 1-18, regardless of income or enrollment.

Children do not need to be present for a parent or guardian to pick up a lunch. Menus can be found at Nampa.School/LunchInfo.

The district also will run a bus route to deliver meals to the following stops throughout the community: 

  • 11:25-11:30 a.m. 13th Avenue N @ 7th Street N (pool area)
  • 11:38-11:43 a.m. Birch Lane @ Watercress Avenue
  • 11:50-11:55 a.m. 807 N Franklin Boulevard/Mason Creek RV Park
  • 12:01-12:06 p.m. 1st Avenue N @ N Gateway Street (Gateway Apartments)
  • 12:11-12:16 p.m. 9th Avenue N @ 6th Street N (Church of Rock)
  • 12:25-12:30 p.m. Nampa Civic Center
  • 12:35-12:40 p.m. 12th Street S @ 12th Avenue S (curb by new Grocery Outlet)

The following sites will have meal service available from 11:15-11:45 a.m. in the building foyer:

Centennial, Central, Greenhurst, Lake Ridge, Owyhee, Park Ridge, Roosevelt, East Valley, Lone Star, Columbia, Nampa High, Gateway, and Skyview.

Union lunch service is 11:30 a.m.-noon.


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