Secondary Menu

Meals are free for children during the 2021-22 school year.


Please note that the menus may change during the month. Ingredients and menu items may change or we may make substitutions. You can view options below or download a pdf version of the menu for: 

  • Secondary Breakfasts (coming soon)
  • CK High, CK Middle, Klahowya and Olympic (coming soon)
  • Ridgetop and Fairview (coming soon)

Note: All items in blue are served at all schools, items in red are served only at Fairview and Ridgetop and items in green are served at CK Campus, Klahowya and Olympic.

Initial value

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.