Breakfast & Lunch

Portland Public Schools Nutrition Services provides us with breakfast and lunch service.

Breakfast and Lunch Menus

Breakfast Procedure: Breakfast is now served before school starts in the cafeteria. Students wishing to have breakfast at school must report to the school cafeteria at 8:20 am.

Meals Cost

  • Breakfast Cost: $1.10
  • Reduced Breakfast Price: 30¢
  • Lunch Cost: $2.50
  • Reduced Lunch Cost: 40¢
  • Milk: 50¢

Free and Reduced Cost Meals
Your children may qualify to receive free or reduced-price school meals. Students in all grade levels from pre-K through high school are eligible if your family meets the income guidelines.

Students who are eligible for free and reduced-price meals may also be eligible to receive fee reductions or waivers for other services. Eligibility for free and reduced price meals may improve your child’s status in the School Choice lottery. For more information about the Free and Reduced Cost breakfast and lunch program please visit the PPS Nutrition Services web site.

Summer Reading

summer reading Play the Summer Reading game June 13 - August 31, 2014 Play the Summer Reading game June 13 - August 31, 2014 any Multnomah County library Reading suggestions The Library has created made lots of reading lists for kids and for teens, broken down by grade level and more. The Summer Reading program is made possible by The Library Foundation with generous support from our sponsors. Registration information will be sent home this week.

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Morning recess... #tw Gregory MacNaughton the Reed College Cooley Art Gallery visiting with our kindergarten students in preparation for their field trip next week... Friday morning #tw Folk art city pictures in Room 22... #tw

Staff Picks: Favorite Books

Throughout the year we will be highlighting favorite books selected by our staff members...


Title: Charlotte’s Web Author: E.B. White Staff Member: Mr. Colvin

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"Before the movie, before the cartoon, was the book. The book and I are about the same age, having both arrived in the early 1950s. I was in fourth grade in Mrs. Stansell's class in Gold Beach, Oregon and she read several novels during the year, but the one that hooked me was Charlotte's Web. I have read it to every class I have ever taught since I started teaching. Plus I read it to my own two kids when they were around 9 or 10.

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Fundraising Primer

For many years we have attempted to explain our various PTA fund raising opportunities. Recently Lewis parent Jordan Benner created this great video that explains those PTA fund raising opportunities in a very understandable manner. Please take a look and consider taking part. 201309042122.jpg Direct Donation escript/Scrip Shopping Donate & Recycle

Lewis Direct Giving Campaign

Lewis Logo Lewis PTA Direct Giving Campaign. Please consider a one time, or ongoing contribution to help support Lewis Elementary School. More information: Lewis Direct Giving Campaign

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