Free meals are available to all students for the 2022-23 school year due to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s commitment to pay for school meals for all students through the end of the current school year. However, for students who are not notified that they are directly certified for free or reduced meals (a letter will be sent within the first two weeks of school to those families who are directly certified through county databases), we are asking families to submit NLSP applications. Here is why:
The traditional National School Lunch Program (NSLP) form allows for students to qualify for more than just meals, which may provide the additional funding for students listed below.
- Academic Assistance
- Learning Materials
- Technology Tools
- Reduced Cost of College Applications
Breakfast includes a choice of entree, cereal and milk, fruit & veggie, and juice. For lunch, the main food changes daily and can be seen in the menu in this section. Lunch choices include low-fat milk, vegetable, fruit and dessert.
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