Free & Reduced Price Information

  • As participants in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs sponsored by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), free and reduced price meals are available to qualifying students.

    Applications are available online through Skyward Family Access. Copies of the application are available at schools or below.

Apply Online Through Family Access

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    PLEASE NOTE: The new online application for 2019-2020 will be available on August 16th, 2019.
    1. Click "Food Service" on the left-hand side menu.
    2. Along the top of the page, click the drop-down box next to "All Students" and select a student from your household - you will only need to fill out one application for your household.
    3. Click the "Applications" link located along the top of this new page.
    4. Click the "Add Application" link.
    5. Follow the prompts to complete and submit an application.
    6. IMPORTANT: When entering your electronic signature, be sure that it matches exactly the name you entered in Section 3. For example, if you enter your name with a middle initial you must include that middle initial in your signature.
    You will receive an email once your application has been processed and your eligibility will be updated in Family Access.
     
    Screenshot of Skyward to submit a Free & Reduced Lunch Application
     
     

Download an Application

Extra Free & Reduced Meal Information

  • Lunches served to children who qualify for reduced-price meals in Kindergarten through 3rd Grade will be made available at no cost. All other students (Preschool and 4th through 12th Grades) will be charged the current reduced rate.
     
    Those students that have been approved for Free and Reduced price meals will receive a milk with their school lunch. If they only want milk, and not the school lunch, they will be charged $.50 for the milk.
     
    Example:  If a students brings their lunch from home and wants to get a milk to go with it, they will need to pay $.50 for the milk.
    Example:  If a students wants an extra milk to go with their meal, they will need to pay an additional $.50 for the extra milk.
     
    The USDA allows school districts to choose to be either on a special meals program or a special milk program. Our district has chosen the special meals program - which also covers milk with the meal.