• Food Services


     Laurie Campen, Director of Food Services
    (360)582-3432 or (360)582-3417
    220 W. Alder Street, Sequim, WA  98382
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     For Free/Reduced Meal program applications, contact: 
    Kayana Harrison at kharrison@sequim.k12.wa.us 
    or (360)582-3433, FAX (360)683-6303.
    For more information:  www.sodexhoeducation.com 

    Sequim School District Food Service

    Food Service Annual Report

    Sequim School District Food Service is operated by Sodexo, a company that provides food service world wide to facilities such as schools, colleges, corporations and hospitals. It is Sodexo’s goal to provide well balanced meals for their customers.  With the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act (HHFKA), we have seen many changes to the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) over the last couple of years.  HHFKA has come at a time when one third of American children are considered either overweight or obese and one quarter are at risk for hunger.  Nutritional changes we have seen include:

    1. Offer vs. serve:  The move from nutrient standards to food-based standards ensures that balanced meals are offered daily.
    2.  A 1/2 cup of fruit or vegetables is required for all lunch meals.
    3.  Half of all grains offered are to be whole grain rich.
    4.  The establishment of minimum and maximum calorie ranges for each age level at both breakfast and lunch. 
    5.  Maximum limits set for saturated and trans fat at breakfast and lunch.
    New changes:
    1.  Most grains offered have to be whole grain rich.  We are striving for 80% this year, and 100% by 2015-16.
    2.  A 1/2 cup of fruit or vegetable is now required for both breakfast and lunch meals.
    3.  The establishment of maximum sodium levels for each age levels at both breakfast and lunch. 
    We are striving to make the meals that are served here at Sequim School District are healthy and nutritious for all students.  We have cook-to-order Stir Fry Days at the Middle School and High School each month, offer pre-made salads, home-made wraps and sandwiches at all grade levels, a large variety of salad bars at all grade levels and lots of home-made meals.  

    We have a point of sale operation at all of the schools. This system helps to track the free and reduced applications, student meal accounts, and other sales. A student can put any amount of money on their account and then draw from their account. We can also track when deposits were made and when the student bought their meal.

    Free and reduced price meal forms may be picked up in the school and district offices. 
    Meal prices for 2015-16:




    Reduced Price Program   freeReduced Price Program.40
    Gr.  K-51.30Gr. K-52.25
    Gr. 6-81.40Gr. 6-82.45
    Gr. 9-121.50Gr. 9-122.50
    Adult 2.25Adult  3.50
    Milk.50Milk  .50
    If you have any questions regarding Food Service, please call Laurie Campen, Food Service Director, at (360 582-3417.
    Helen Haller Elementary Lead Cook, Ruth LaBelle 
    Greywolf Elementary Lead Cook, Kim Sharp 
    Sequim Middle School Lead Cook, Shari Berryman 
    Sequim High School Lead Cook, Audrey Lato
    Community School Lead Cook, Nicole Hooker 
    Production Lead Cook, Lindsey Kester 


Last Modified on June 1, 2017