We are pleased to inform you that Free Meals schoolwide at Greenwood Elementary School is still available thru the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for School Year 2018-2019. The great news is that all enrolled students at Greenwood are eligible to receive both a breakfast and lunch at no charge! No further action is required of you; your (child)ren will be able to participate in these meal programs without having to pay a fee or submit an application.
If you have children at Central, Island City Elementary, La Grande Middle School, or La Grande High School as well as children enrolled at one of the CEP schools, please make sure when filling out the free and reduced application to include your students at the CEP school and all household members.
Students having cold lunch at any of our schools, inccluding our CEP school do have to pay for a milk if they choose to have one, even those children that are free or reduced. Cost is $.50 cents. Or if a student having Breakfast or Lunch want an extra milk the cost is also $0.50.
2018-19 Meal Prices
|K thru 12th grade||$1.45||Elementary||$2.50|
|Adult Breakfast||$2.45||Adult Lunch||$3.80|
|Extra Milk||$0.50||Extra Milk||$0.50|
Breakfast and Lunch are offered each school day at all schools. Please check with your student's school for their meal serving time. If you plan to eat with your student, let the front desk know before 8:30 am. We ask all visitors to pay at the main office before you have your meal.
The Oregon legislature provided funding to eliminate the reduced price payment for School Breakfast and Lunch. For school year 2018-19, breakfast and lunch will be accessible at no charge to students who qualify for reduced price meals.
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