Welcome to the Community Eligibility Program!
What does this mean for your school and students?
1) Every student will receive meals at no charge (breakfast and lunch) at your school without having to complete a meal application.
2) Household income forms will go home with your students to verify their household status (this is unrelated to school meals and school meals are not contingent on these forms being returned to school - please do not indicate otherwise). This is solely for District Tracking purposes and other grant related money.
3) Household income forms that are returned to school will be forwarded to Denise Burke at Central Office, she is our FRAM Coordinator.
We are excited about the opportunity to offer this program for our families!
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