School Meals at Genesee Hill
Paying for School Meals
PayPams require the Student’s ID number or meal account pin number (provided by the school) to create an account. The Student ID number can be found on report cards or by accessing The Source.
PayPams charges users $2.40 (per student) each time money is added to the online account.
If you are unable to use PayPams, checks and cash are accepted by Ms. Ulonda, our Lunchroom Manager, either as a pre-paid deposit to a student’s account or for purchasing individual meals or milk. Checks should be made payable to Culinary Services.
Breakfast and lunch will be served at no or a reduced cost to those students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals. There are many benefits for students approved for free and reduced priced school meals, including reduced fees for field trips.
Regular Price for School Meals
- Breakfast $2.25
- Lunch $3.25
How parents can help us out:
- Please pack a lunch that students can open themselves.
- Check the lunch menu to make sure your student will eat the lunches offered.
- Please do not send food or drink in glass containers.
- We frown upon drinking soda pop at lunch. Please do not send this with your student.
- Label everything! Lunch boxes, water bottles, jackets, sweatshirts…
- Volunteer to help monitor
Student Meals at School
Breakfast and lunch will be served at no cost to those students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals. Additionally, Seattle Public Schools has several schools that will offer free meals (breakfast and lunch) for all students. See a list of schools that will offer free meals for all students.
Breakfast and lunch is served each day in all Seattle schools.
- A greater focus on fruits and vegetables at breakfast.
- More whole-grain rich items.
- Meals contain less sodium.
Please Note: Menus are subject to change without notice. For the latest menu information, contact your school administration to connect with the school’s kitchen manager.
Free Meals for Students
Your child may qualify for free or reduced-price meals. In all Seattle schools, students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals receive meals at no cost.
You must reapply every year. Qualification is based on household income.
Students who qualify receive additional benefits including reduced fees for the following programs.
- Event Fees
- Field Trips
- Advanced Placement Tests
- Running Start Books
- Associated Student Body (ASB) Fees
- Pre-College Exams (PSAT/SAT/ACT)
- College Application Fees
Breakfast and lunch will be served at no cost to those students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals. Additionally, Seattle Public Schools has several schools that will offer free meals (breakfast and lunch) for all students.
Pay for Student Meals and Apply for Student Meal Assistance
Learn more about how to apply for nutrition assistance, add money to your student’s account, or check menus and allergy information.