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School Lunch Program Returns to Pre-Pandemic Status for the 22.23 School Year

Next school year there will again be a charge for school lunches; applications for reduced lunch costs must be completed annually.

Food Services Update June 2022

For school year 2022-2023: Student meals will return to regular pricing (free, reduced and paid).  Families of students who may be eligible for free or reduced price meals benefits must submit a new application each new school year (July 1 or after) to determine eligibility.  Please check back often for more updates and information as to when the school meals application becomes available. 

All households can apply for free or reduced price meals.  An application must be completed in order to qualify for free or reduced school meals.  If your household income is at or below the free meal guidelines, your students can receive meals free of charge.  If your household income is at or below reduced meal guidelines, you students can receive lunch for the discounted price of $0.40 and breakfast for $0.30.  You must reapply each school year.  

There are many sites across Nebraska that operate a Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)  The USDA’s Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) helps meet children’s food security and nutrition needs when school meals are not available.  Tools to help you locate a SFSP site near you:

  1. Call 2-1-1

  2. Text FOOD to 304-304

  3. Access USDA’s SFSP site locator map at: https://www.fns.usda.gov/summerfoodrocks

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