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Pasco County Meals

Meal Prices

Full Price

Breakfast: Elementary $1.35; Secondary $1.50

Lunch: Elementary $2.15; Secondary Classic $2.60; Secondary Alternative $3

Reduced Price

Breakfast: $0.30

Lunch: $0.40

Free and Reduced Meal Application

The Pasco County School District participates in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs. These programs offer free and reduced-price meals to students from families who meet certain income requirements determined by the federal government. Each new school year, all students who wish to participate must submit a new application. Students are qualified for free or reduced-price meals through three different methods: direct certification; students who are identified as a homeless or migrant student; the free and reduced-price meal application process. Applications are available at all schools or can be accessed online at

Pre-pay for your child's meals online using a debit or credit card at

For information, contact the Pasco County Schools Food and Nutrition Department at or call (813) 794-2439.

Pasco County Meals 07/31/14 [Last modified: Thursday, July 31, 2014 11:54am]
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