MSD Student Meals/ Nutrition

freemeals updated
bus and pickup routes

Pick up meals at any of these sites. Children and or parent/guardians may pick up meals.
Please be courteous and observe the 6 foot distance between others picking up meals.
We do offer meal selections as we are able however options are limited.
Thank you for understanding!
Please see the menu page for more information on our grab and go menu.

Lena Whitmore Elementary Pick-up Site

11 am to 1 pm starting Tuesday March 24

West Park Elementary Meal Pick-up Site

11 am to 1 pm starting Tuesday March 24

Almon Route

11:00 900 North Almon
11:17 609 N Almon
11:34 411 North Almon
11:52 West A and Baker Street

Starting Thursday April 2, McDonald Elementary School 2323 D street will be the first stop on the Indian Hills Bus Route at 10:50 am.

Starting Monday April 6, the Powers and Nursery Stop will be discontinued.​

Indian Hills Route

 10:50  2323 D Street ( McDonald Elementary)
11:00 Power and Nursery Street ( last day April 3)
11:18 505 Indian Hills
11:48 Indian Hills and Atsirk Street
12:05 Travois way and Pinecone Road

Old Pullman Highway and Campus Routes

11:05 2280 Old Pullman Highway
11:28 421 West Sweet Ave
11:48 Taylor and Blake

Viola Post Office Stop Pick-Up Site

11:08 Viola Post Office 1300 Main Street

N. Polk St + Rodeo Drive

11:40 am

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