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School Nutrition Services

Jada T. Brown



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Are you moving to a new school?
Students who are moving from a CEP school to a non-CEP school and did not have an application approved during the previous school year are responsible for paying for meals until their application is approved.
To view all CEP and non-CEP schools click here.


To apply for benefits you MUST complete a
Free and Reduced meal application EVERY YEAR
if you have 
 school-aged children
in your household
 that do not attend a CEP school. 

    ATTENTION: Parents
Please visit the online payment site directly to make payments at:
Thank you!



All schools:  $1.30
Adults: A L


Elementary & Intermediate Schools: 


Middle Schools: 

High Schools:
$2.15 (Plate Menu) 
$2.55 (Basket Menu)

Reduced Lunch:  $0.40

Click above to make quick
and easy payments!

Nutrition Resources
 Click above to review
our check policy

Does your child have special nutritional needs?
Click below to
download the form. 

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