Breakfast is Served!

  • Breakfast Changes Lives

  • Where does ASD serve breakfast?


    • Aurora Elementary
    • Birchwood ABC Elementary
    • Bowman Elementary
    • Campbell Elementary
    • Chugiak Elementary
    • Denali Montessori
    • Fire Lake Elementary
    • Kasuun Elementary
    • Lake Hood Elementary
    • Orion Elementary
    • Rogers Park Elementary
    • Sand Lake Elementary
    • Trailside Elementary
    • Turnagain Elementary
    • Ursa Major Elementary
    • Ursa Minor Elementary

    Breakfast Price: $2.50 
    Reduced Price: ¢.30

Middle School

    • Hanshew Middle School
    • Mears Middle School
    • Mirror Lake Middle School
    • Romig Middle School

    Breakfast Price: $2.75 
    Reduced Price: ¢.30

High School

    • Chugiak High School
    • Dimond High School
    • Eagle River High School
    • Service High School
    • South High School
    • West High School

    Breakfast Price: $3.00
    Reduced Price: ¢.30

Community Eligible Program Schools

  • The following schools participate in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program for the 2020-2021 School Year. The CEP program is part of the National School Lunch and Breakfast programs which allows schools with a higher percentage of low income families access to free healthy breakfasts.


    • Abbott Loop Elementary
    • Airport Heights Elementary
    • Alaska Native Cultural Charter
    • Baxter Elementary
    • Chester Valley Elementary
    • Chinook Elementary
    • College Gate Elementary
    • Creekside Park Elementary
    • Fairview Elementary
    • Gladys Wood Elementary
    • Government Hill Elementary
    • Klatt Elementary
    • Lake Otis Elementary
    • Mountain View Elementary
    • Muldoon Elementary
    • North Star Elementary
    • Northwood ABC
    • Nunaka Valley Elementary
    • Ptarmigan Elementary
    • Russian Jack Elementary
    • Spring Hill Elementary
    • Taku Elementary
    • Tyson Elementary
    • Whaley
    • Williwaw Elementary
    • Willow Crest Elementary
    • Wonder Park Elementary

Middle Schools

    • Alaska Native Cultural Charter
    • Clark Middle
    • Begich Middle
    • Central Middle
    • Wendler Middle
    • Whaley

High Schools

    • Bartlett High
    • Benny Benson Secondary
    • East High
    • Whaley
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