Breakfast and lunch are available at no cost for all students through the Free and Reduced-Price Meal program for the 2021-22 school year. And, by completing a free and reduced-price meal application, students and families may be eligible for additional benefits and schools can receive funding.
- Families may receive waived or decreased fees to participate in other school programs.
- Families may receive PEBT benefits – USDA is working on a 2021-22 pandemic EBT and is encouraging families to complete an online application for free and reduced meals.
- Schools receive funding based on the number of free and reduced-price qualified applicants. By completing a free and reduced-price meal application, you will be helping your school obtain funding.
Complete An Online Application & Check the Box for Free or Reduced Activity Fees
When completing the free and reduced-price meal application, indicate the program(s) you authorize eligibility status to be shared for each child by checking the box(es). This authorizes release of name and eligibility status only; no other information or demographics will be shared.
This is what it looks like on the free and reduced-price meal application:
Be sure to check these boxes on the free and reduced meal application to share your information for eligibility for free or reduced activity and participation fees.
For more information, visit Nutrition Services Free and Reduced-Price Meals
Article Source: Kent Meridian High School