To apply for Free and Reduced-Price Meals or to complete the Household Family Data Collections form,
please select the school from the list below for the child you are registering.
Children attending this school, which is operating the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), will receive free breakfast and lunch without families completing the free and reduced-price meal application. To help ensure students receive all State funding and benefits available to their school and for appropriate comparisons for State accountability purposes, families with children at a school operating CEP will be asked to complete a Household Family Data Collection form.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if I have a child(ren) attending a school operating CEP and a child(ren) attending a school not operating CEP?
To receive free or reduced-price meal benefits for your child(ren) attending schools other than the CEP schools listed below, you will need to apply for free and reduced-price meal benefits by completing a meal benefits application. When completing the meal benefits application, you will need to list all children in the household on the meal benefits application. We also ask that you complete a Household Family Data Collections form in order for your child’s school operating CEP to receive all the State funding and benefits available.
|Adams Elementary||Goodman Elementary|
|Amos Elementary||Hale Elementary|
|Anderson Elementary||Johns Elementary|
|Atherton Elementary||McNutt Elementary|
|Berry Elementary||Morton Elementary|
|Blanton Elementary||Patrick Elementary|
|Burgin Elementary||Rankin Elementary|
|Carter Junior High||Remynse Elementary|
|Crouch Elementary||Roark Elementary|
|Crow Elementary||South Davis Elementary|
|Farrell Elementary||Workman Junior High|
What if I transfer from a school in the CEP program?
If your child(ren) transfer from a school operating CEP to a school not operating CEP, you will need to apply for free and reduced-price meal benefits by completing a meal benefits application.