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As a result of the school closure caused by COVID-19 the Woodburn School District is providing grab and go meals to children 1-18 years of age at no charge. Meals will be provided via drive-up or walk thru. Children do not need to be present to receive a meal.            

Grab & Go Meal Flier  Menu and Nutritional information below

Monday - Friday, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00p.m.

Meals will be provided via drive-up or walk thru.  Please maintain a social distance of 6 ft. 


Nellie Muir,  1800 W Hayes St., Woodburn, OR 97071
Lincoln Elementary, 1041 N Boones Ferry Rd., Woodburn, OR 97071
Washington Elementary, 777 E Lincoln St., Woodburn, OR 97071
Heritage Elementary, 440 Parr Rd., Woodburn, OR 97071
Nuevo Amanecer, 1274 Fifth St., Woodburn, OR 97071



All children need healthy meals to help them learn. The Woodburn School District Nutrition Services offers students delicious, healthy, nutrient-rich meals every school day for both Breakfast and Lunch at no charge to students. Our friendly, knowledgeable School Nutrition Professionals serve over 8420 meals per day, which includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.
Besides serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner at each of the 7 district school sites, we also prepare meals and/or snacks for the children in the Creative Learning Center at Woodburn High School, Success Alternative High School, Preschool at Nuevo Amanecer, students enrolled at Chemeketa to pursue their GED and the students of Arthur Academy. Woodburn Nutrition Services believe in the children of our community. We are here to help provide the nourishment they need to grow both in body and mind, so that they may achieve the challenging goals they set.

 Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (FFVP) is a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) funded annual grant program. Our district implements this grant by providing free fresh fruits and/or vegetables to students in elementary schools where grants have been awarded. The purpose of the program is to increase the variety and frequency of fruits and vegetables that children eat and to positively influence their life-long healthy eating habits. Every morning each classroom is provided with a fresh fruit or vegetable option to enjoy in the classroom. We are excited to announce that FFVP grants have been awarded to the following elementary schools: Lincoln, Heritage, Nellie Muir, Washington, and Arthur Academy. The grant duration is 1 year or until grant funds run out, beginning October 1.

Starting this fall, school lunches will meet additional standards requiring:

  • Age-appropriate calorie limits
  • A wider variety of vegetables (including dark green and red/orange vegetables and legumes)
  • Fat-free or 1% milk
  • All grain products must be 51% whole grain with the remainder grains being enriched
  • Less sodium

Educating palates, fueling young minds, and nourishing the health of our community through school meals.

Our school lunches are still served at no charge to all students. To meet the new regulations and continue serving the students at no charge, all students must take at least one ½ cup serving of fruit and/or vegetables with their lunch.  New in 2014-2015, 1/2 cup of fruit or vegetable with breakfast. This serving will be counted toward the 3 of 5 meal components needed to make a reimbursable meal.

Woodburn School District Nutrition Services is always working to offer Woodburn students healthier and tastier choices.

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Nutrition Information


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Nutrition Services Specialist
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Breakfast/Lunch April 2020

Nutrition Information

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