Free and Reduced Price Meals

Students in ALL grade levels are eligible to receive Free or Reduced-price meals in accordance with USDA guidelines. Students may also be eligible if the family receives benefits from SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program; formerly Food Stamps). 

Students who are eligible for Free or Reduced-price meals may also be eligible to receive fee reductions or waivers for other services. Student fee waiver-eligibility is based on how you qualify for Free and Reduced-price meals. Fees will automatically be waived or reduced on your eligibility. There is a separate form that must be completed.

Reimbursable Meals

To be considered REIMBURSABLE a meal must consist of 5 components:

  • Meat/Meat Alternate (a meat alternate can be cheese, beans, lentils)
  • Fruit
  • Vegetable
  • Bread/Grain (at least 50% of breads must be WHOLE GRAIN)
  • Milk

A student is REQUIRED to take a minimum of three of these components to complete a REIMBURSABLE lunch meal. At least one component MUST BE 1/2 CUP SERVING OF EITHER FRUIT OR VEGETABLE

School Breakfast is made up of 4 components:.

  • Entree (which counts as TWO components)
  • Fruit
  • Milk

Students are required to take 3 of these components for a REIMBURSABLE Breakfast meal.

Skim Chocolate, 1% White and White Skim milk are offered daily with both Breakfast and Lunch meals. A student may take ONE extra milk with a meal for an additional cost of 40 cents.

Special or Modified Diets

If your student needs a special or modified diet, you MUST complete a Diet Modification Request Form through Susan Meyer, RN, our School Nurse. No diet modifications will be made without prior approval of the School Nurse.


Information Letter

How To Apply For Free and Reduced Price School Meals

Free and Reduced Application