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Vicki Wagner Laurell

Food Service Supervisor

(419) 693-0661 ext. 3240


The Oregon City School Child Nutrition Department continues to serve nutritious meals that children will enjoy daily. All meals meet patterns established by th U.S. Child Nutrition Department for school lunches and breakfasts.

Students may buy lunches for $2.75 at Coy, Jerusalem, and Starr Elementary Schools and $3.00 at Eisenhower, Fassett and Clay High School. Breakfast is $1.50 district wideExtra milk is $.50. Adult meals are also available for $3.50.


Pre-Payment Options

Prepayment via cash or check sent in an envelope with student's name and ID number is welcomed.  Please reference ID number on all checks.  Payment is also available by cash at the point of sale during breakfast or lunch or by using the EZ Pay online option at any time.  Click here or on the apple Lunch EZ Pay link below to access the portal.  


Oregon City Schools Meal Charge Policy

Oregon City Schools participates in “The National School Lunch Program”, a USDA funded government program.  USDA policy requires all federal school meal programs to have a written and clearly communicated policy to address unpaid meal charges.  Click here to read the policy.


Free and Reduced Lunch Application

Oregon City Schools offers free and reduced lunches and breakfasts. Children from families whose income levels qualify may receive free lunches, reduced-priced lunches for $.40, and reduced breakfast for $.30. Children from families that receive food stamps or OWF qualify for free lunch and free breakfast. Qualifying families must complete an application and return it to school. Applications will be sent home with the child upon request, or families may pick up an application in the school office.

2017 Summer Food Service Programs




This institution is an equal opportunity provider.