School Menus

Menu Downloads

Below is a list of provided menus for download if you choose not to use the “So Happy” app above:

January 2022

All meals served in LCSD are served with a variety of fruit & vegetables and meet the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 requirements including reduced sodium, reduced sugar, and whole grains.

2021-22 LCSD School Year Meal Service Update:

Enrolled students attending class:

  • Normal meal service will be offered with Free Breakfast & Lunch daily at school

All other children living in Lincoln County ages 1-18, including Compass K-12 Online School students, home school students, preschool students or younger siblings of our students:

  • Free curbside Grab-N-Go Breakfast and Lunch will be offered from 1-1:30 on school days at the following locations beginning 9/8/21
    • Toledo Jr/Sr High
    • Taft 7-12
    • Crestview Elementary
    • Newport High
  • The first and last name of your child will be recorded
  • Face Masks are required to be worn during pick up

If you have questions regarding meal service, please contact Nutrition Services at (541) 336-2156.

Notice: Due to Staff Shortages and Food Supply disruption, menus are subject to substitutions and choice limitations.

For questions regarding our menus or if you are interested in working in our school kitchens, please contact Nutrition Services at (541) 336-2156.

All recipes are prepared by a registered dietician and the menus created are constructed to meet all USDA nutritional guidelines set by the Healthy Hunger-Free Kids Act (HHFKA) of 2010. A variety of fresh and canned fruits and vegetables are offered daily and students can return for as many seconds of these daily offerings as they choose.

Oregon introduced the Farm to School Network to School Districts just a few short years ago, allowing additional funding to purchase directly from local farmers and vendors. All products must be grown and/or processed in the state of Oregon. Lincoln County has successfully partnered with many farmers, fisheries, and vendors over the years and put these items in our daily service. If you are interested in becoming a partner, please contact the Nutrition Services Department for details or visit

Many of our K-8 schools qualify for the Fresh Fruit & Vegetable program which allows for a tasting or snack of items they would not always experience, such as Dragon Fruit, Kiwi Berries, or Rainbow Carrots. Ask your child what they had for a snack today! To learn more, go to:

Monthly Menus Online – “So Happy” App

So Happy App IconLincoln County Schools is using the “So Happy” app by Sodexo to display our district’s breakfast and lunch menus. For information on the app and to download to your device, please see the links below:

Google Play Store

Apple App Store

Breakfast, the most important meal of the day!

Busy weekday mornings make it a challenge for many families to find time for a healthy breakfast. However, US Department of Agriculture data shows, that an increasing number of students are starting their day with a nutritious breakfast in their school cafeterias. The School Breakfast Program currently serves more than 14 million students every day. Studies show that students who eat school breakfast are more likely to:

  • Reach higher levels of achievement in math
  • Score higher on standardized tests
  • Have better concentration, memory, and alertness
  • Have improved attendance, behavior, and academic performance
  • Maintain a healthy weight

Encourage your student to have breakfast and start the day out right!

For questions or comments regarding Food Service, please contact Sodexo at 541-336-2156.

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