Children need healthy meals and good nutrition to feed their mind and body. In preparation for learning, our goal is to provide an opportunity for every child in our school to have at least one nutritious meal per day.
Food items may be manufactured in a facility that contains peanuts and tree nuts. Our food vendor does not intentionally add any peanuts or tree nuts to food that is on the menu unless otherwise noted.
You can apply for the free/reduced lunch program at anytime throughout the school year if your financial situation changes. Once your child is determined eligible to participate in the program, that eligibility status remains for the entire school year.
While breakfast and lunch are funded through the National School Lunch Program, this applies only to students in school. Additional meals (7 day packs) are being distributed on the first day of the school week for all children; in-person or virtual.
For those families who qualify for free/reduced meals through a program such as Medicaid, Foodshare, etc. you have been provided with a P-EBT card to use to buy food at your local grocer. If you qualify for free/reduced meals, but are not part of a government funded program that assists with food distribution, you will need to fill out a Free and Reduced Meal Application and submit it to the school.
Benefits are available to students and children who received any amount of benefit through the School P-EBT or Pre-6 P-EBT programs during the 2020-21 school year. These benefits are also available to children for whom a new (first-time) free or reduced price meal application is submitted during this summer.
Eligibility is determined after submitting a Free and Reduced Meal Application to the school.
For further information click the Summer P-EBT Benefits link above.
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