FREE Meals and Curbside Food Pick-Up for ALL Students

Learn more about FREE meals for ALL children, ages 18 and younger, through curbside pick-up and at designated bus stops.

While children are learning from home, Centennial Schools will safely give out meals to children, ages 18 and younger, through curbside pick-up and at designated bus stops. 

This means everyone can have nutritious meals each day. Participating in meal pick-ups helps both families and our school. More participation means more kids eating nutritious foods and funding for our school’s nutrition program. 

We have expanded the food service,
so please stop by and pick up meals for your students!

Beginning November 23

Bulk meals can be picked up on Mondays (2 days of meals), Wednesdays (3 days of meals), and Friday (2 days – weekend meals). Meals are spaced out to help accommodate space in your refrigerator and freezer at home. We appreciate your continued support during this time. Enjoy!

Meal Pick-Up Times and Locations
 for Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays

Note: Meal pick-ups will not be available over holiday breaks: Friday, November 27 and from Friday, December 25- Friday, January 1. Food service resumes Monday, January 4.


Blue Heron Elementary 405 Elm St, Lino Lakes, MN 55014
Centerville Elementary 1721 Westview, Centerville, MN 55038
Golden Lake Elementary 1 School Rd, Circle Pines, MN 55014
Rice Lake Elementary 575 Birch St, Lino Lakes, MN 55014
Centennial West High School 4881 101st Lane NE, Circle Pines, MN 55014

3:30pm-5:30pm at Centennial Middle School, 399 Elm Street, Lino Lakes, MN 55014 (5 meals served on Wednesdays, beginning December 2—note new day. November 23 will be the last Monday night pick-up). Eliminate the need to pick-up throughout the week and receive 5 days of meals beginning December 2 from 3:30pm-5:30pm. No Monday pick-up after November 23.

Click here for the schedule and a map of bus stop locations.

What’s cooking?

Please click here for the menu, or download the application on your smartphone. All meals are made from turkey, chicken, or beef. NO ITEMS CONTAIN PORK, besides Lucky Charms. If you need special diet meals or have any further questions, please contact: Tara Forner at (763) 792-5423 or

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About Us

Discover Centennial

Centennial serves residents in the communities of Blaine, Centerville, Circle Pines, Lexington and Lino Lakes, Minnesota. Discover what makes Centennial special.

District Maps

Boundary map, elementary attendance areas and map/directions to Centennial Schools.

Centennial School District History

The history of schools in the Centennial area dates back to the mid 1800s. The name "Centennial" was chosen for the school district in 1958. Rather than name the district after one of its cities, since it serves several, a name was needed that would help unite the district. Then school board member Elsa Carlson suggested the name "Centennial" to honor the State of Minnesota's Centennial.


Learn about Anoka County and the five communities that make up the Centennial School District. Check out the Centennial Community Resource Directory which lists community services and contacts, and discover the Centennial Area Education Foundation.


The district has nine departments: Building and Grounds, Business, Community Education, Teaching and Learning, Nutrition, Health, Human Resources, Technology and Transportation.

Superintendent's Office

Brian Dietz, Superintendent

Centennial School Board

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Construction Updates

Voters across our five communities approved $49.9 million in school building bonds to put the District in a position of strength to support our facilities long-term. You chose to invest in the schools to ensure a safe and up-to-date learning enviornment for all students. Thank you!

Centennial's Legislative Priorities

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