P-EBT Eligible Students
A child is eligible for P-EBT if the child is a current Preschool, Kindergarten or 1st - 12th grade student and would have attended a school building and received free or reduced-price meals under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) or School Breakfast Program if not for the COVID-19 health emergency and meets one of the following scenarios:
The child does not receive free or reduced-price meals at the school because the school is not providing in-person instruction (includes virtual or remote learning) or has been operating withreduced attendance or hours for at least five consecutive school days. Examples include the following:
- A school that had to close due to COVID-19 for at least five consecutive school days;
- A school with all students learning remotely but normally would have been in session in a building;
- A school operating a hybrid schedule for at least five days with in-person instruction occurring every other day (Monday, Wednesday, Friday) with virtual or remote learning on the other days (Tuesday, Thursday);
- A school that operates at reduced hours during the day (child comes to the school building for only three hours per day) and the children do not receive a free or reduced-price meal while at school. Any school days where a child is in attendance and the school is providing meals to eat at school may not be submitted for P-EBT.
The child does not receive free or reduced-price meals at school because his or her parent or guardian has opted for the child to be fully remote or participate in virtual learning even though the school building he or she attends is hybrid or providing five day in-person instruction;
The child attends a five-day, in-person instruction school but does not receive free or reduced-price meals at school because the child was sick with COVID-19 or needed to quarantine because of COVID-19 for at least five consecutive school days.
Current Supply Chain Issues
The Child Nutrition Department is currently experiencing severe delays, out-of-stock items, and shortages.
While we are doing our absolute best to follow a planned menu, which will be posted shortly, we are unable to control changes that may be necessary due to supply chain interruptions.
Menu changes will be noted in the daily announcements at each building, and parents may call their school cafeteria to inquire about menu substitutions and nutritional information as needed.
We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your continuing patience and patronage as we start this new school year.
No Cash Policy
No cash may be accepted in any cafeteria, and no change may be made at the cafeteria registers. Students and staff may pay by check in the cafeteria, or payments may be made online at www.sendmoneytoschool.com. Credit card payments may still be made in the school office.