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Cafeteria Program


Free meals are available to all students for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year due to California’s extension of the Seamless Summer food distribution program.  Any child (under 18) in our community may access meals by coming to the distribution point.  Parents and guardians may receive food on behalf of their children.

For the remainder of the 2020-21 school year, direct certification or NSLP application approval is not required for students to receive free meals.  Our new Alternative Household Income form which temporarily replaces the normal NSLP application is also not required for access to free meals.

We are, however, asking families who have not been directly certified for free or reduced meals or had a regular NSLP application approved already this year to fill out the short and easy replacement form which will connect students with other benefits besides meals such as fee reductions or waivers for pre-college testing, enhanced eligibility for scholarships, and benefits to the school such as enhanced technology and support services.  Here is a link to the form:   Alternative Household Income Form

For families with no online accessibility, this form is also available in our office in paper form, and parents may also elect to do the form over the phone with NSLP Application

During Distance Learning, bags of bundled breakfasts and lunches are available for drive-up pickup on Mondays (meals for three days) and Thursdays (meals for two days) from 11:00 to 1:00 from the service door on the east side of the MPR at MHS.
General Information
Breakfast includes a choice of bagel and cream cheese, cereal and milk, fruit 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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Please review District Office Letter regarding the extension and scheduling of Free Food Services.