Nutrition Services

Nutrition Services Quick Links

Campus Parent Portal Food Service Account

Campus Parent Portal is where families can add money to their student's account, lookup student pin numbers and apply for free and reduced-priced meals.

Access the Campus Parent Portal Food Service Account

How to login

  • Your User Name is:  Your 1st initial, last name & parent ID #
    • Example: Jane Doe is jdoe123456
    • If you need to confirm your user name, email
  • Forgot password? If you need to ​​​​​​reset your password, visit our Password Portal here
    • Note, you will need to have a school district user name and a valid email address in Campus Parent Portal, as a verification code will be sent to your email
    • Learn more about Password Portal here

Funds for food through Pandemic EBT

Students who are eligible for free or reduced-priced meals in our school will get Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) funds through the 2020-2021 school year. P-EBT funds can be used to help you buy healthy food for your student and family. A new P-EBT card will be mailed for each child who qualifies for free and reduced-price meals.

It's not too late to complete an application for free and reduced-price meals. If you previously did not qualify for free/reduced-price meals and your financial circumstances have changed, you are welcome to reapply. Be sure to sign up before February 28 to get the P-EBT benefits as soon as late March.

If you have questions, contact Nutrition Services, or 763-600-5041.

Need more food help? If you are eligible for P-EBT you might also be eligible for SNAP. Contact the Minnesota Food HelpLine to see if you are eligible 888-711-1151.


Free Meals and Community Distribution Sites


Students learning at school will have access to breakfast and lunch at no cost - menus available on Nutrislice

  • Spring Lake Park High School from 9-10 a.m. at door #33
  • Centerview Elementary from 9:30-10:30 a.m. at front entrance 
    • Tuesdays - families will receive two-days’ worth of meals
    • Thursdays - families will receive three-days’ worth of meals.

Questions? Contact Jane Sweney, SLP Nutrition Services Program Assistant at or 763-600-5041


It’s proven when kids eat a well-nourished meal they learn better and play harder. That’s why we concentrate on serving fresh, nutritious and tasty choices. 

We prepare foods in our own school kitchens and buy local produce, milk and whole grain breads. We’ve added many new items to our menu in the past few years. Join us for breakfast and lunch at one of our buildings; we look forward to serving you!

Important Nutrition Services Information

Contact Us

Amy Kimmel

Amy Kimmel

Nutrition Services Coordinator

Jane Sweney

Jane Sweney

Program Assistant

Eggs, potatoes and sausage bake



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salads served at high school lunch