Welcome to the Quilcene School District Food Service Program and Vocational Food Service Program!Quilcene School District offers breakfast and lunch daily. High school students also have the opportunity to receive actual on-the-job training experiences and training to learn about food and food servicing through our Vocational Cooking Classes.
Students are served an assortment of fresh vegetables and fruit every day with the main menu item!Breakfast & Lunch Prices:
Meal Prices Breakfast Lunch Milk/Juice
0.35The QSD Wellness/Nutrition Policy was updated and adopted by the Board of Directors March 2012. The Board of Directors also adopted the new Quilcene Food Safety Plan August 2012.Jefferson County Health Department visited our Quilcene kitchen on September 13, 2012. Our inspection report was perfect!! They awarded the kitchen facility with the Certificate of Outstanding Achievement.Please feel free to call or email the kitchen if you have any questions concerning our food service program.Veda WilsonVocational Cooking InstructorHours: 7:30am-3:00pm360-765-3363 x209Nicole R. NorrisFood Service Director
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