Meal Service Locations
Look for the Big Yellow Snake Bite Bus:
Drive Thru Pick Up Meal Services in Front of the Following Schools:
Drive Thru Pick Up Meal Services @ JR High School Cafeteria
Drive in front of Jr High pick up meals behind school exit via West drive
Other Drive Thru Locations
Dates & Times
March 23rd – 31st
No meals on Friday,
Saturday & Sunday
Meal serving time
11:30 am – 12:45 pm
1 lunch for each child
Children must be present to receive a meal
Families do not have to enter the school
Meals will be not be consumed on-site
*for special diet needs please email:
Rene Osman at email@example.com
Please make sure your child has sufficient funds in their account to pay for their meals. Parents can make lunch payments online using e~Funds and your payment will be posted to your student's account the same day. You can also sign up to receive email notifications for low lunch account balances and set up re-occurring payments.
PowerSchool will now be updated nightly with student meal account balances.
Click on the following link to access the online free and reduced meal application:
Special Meals and/or Accommodations
This form needs to be submitted to the Nutrition Office at Snake River District Office.
Mail: Child Nutrition Services, 103 S 900 W Blackfoot, ID 83221
Child Nutrition Supervisor:
Moreland: Shawna Rocks firstname.lastname@example.org
Riverside: Amy Myler email@example.com
Rockford: Ronda Simper firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Middle School: Shannon Thomson email@example.com
Snake River Jr High: Susan Carmichael firstname.lastname@example.org
Snake River High School: Wendy Lasley email@example.com
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