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Pasco County students: Apply for free, reduced-price lunch online

Full-price breakfast

Elementary: $1.25

Secondary: $1.40

Full-price lunch

Elementary: $2

Secondary classic: $2.50

Secondary alternative: $3

Reduced price

Breakfast: 30 cents

Lunch: 40 cents

Free or reduced-price meals applications

Applications for free or reduced-price meals may be picked up at your child's school or the Food and Nutrition Services District Office, or may be completed online. Applications are also available in a variety of languages by calling the contact numbers listed below.

A new application must be completed each school year. Benefits from the 2009-10 school year are extended for the first 30 days of school. The approval process takes about five to 10 business days. Parents are asked to provide their child with lunch money or a lunch from home until they have received verification of meal benefits.

To apply online, go to www.pasco.k12.fl.us/nutrition/free_reduced/application. For information, call (813) 794-2740, (727) 774-2740 or (352) 524-2740.

Pasco County students: Apply for free, reduced-price lunch online 07/31/10 [Last modified: Saturday, July 31, 2010 11:52am]
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