Free and Reduced Meals

Free or Reduced School Meals:

Your children may qualify to receive free or reduced cost meals in the school cafeteria. Students will be given a Free and Reduced School Meals Application at registration or you can print the application below and return it when you register your child for school.  After registration, please return forms to your school cafeteria or the Child Nutrition Department. You will be notified by mail if your child qualifies for this program.

English Meal Application 2019-2020
Spanish Meal Application 2019-2020

Your application for Free and Reduced Lunches will also be available online by visiting the Online Application website in both English and Spanish.

New Students to the District:

A Free and Reduced School Meals Application must be completed and approved before benefits can begin. For those who need immediate approval please contact the Child Nutrition office at 817-252-2040.

Returning Students:

If your student was in our district the last week of school and received free or reduced meals then their benefits will continue for 30 school days. An application must be completed and approved for future benefits to continue. A letter of confirmation or denial will be mailed to the address listed on the application.


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