USDA extends free meals for all children this fall Students can receive meals regardless of their eligibility
All children will be able to receive nutritious meals at no charge this fall at participating school sites regardless of their eligibility status.
Normally, during the school year, students receive free or reduced priced meals if they qualify based on household income or other eligibility categories.
However, on Monday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture extended the option for child nutrition program sponsors to operate the Summer Food Service Program and Seamless Summer Option through the end of the school year, dependent on available funding. This allows schools to offer nutritious meals to all children at no charge this fall.
However if your student chooses to purchase a second milk at lunch, or receive a milk during the elementary afternoon snack they will still be charged for those items.
We are excited to give this wonderful opportunity to our great students here at Peetz and please contact the school with any questions.