FREE/REDUCED-PRICED MEAL APPLICATION:
WHO SHOULD APPLY?
If your student attends a CEP (Community Eligibility Provision) campus, you DO NOT need to fill out a Free and Reduced-Priced meal application. Meals at these campuses are already free of charge.
However, if your student attends a Non-CEP campus, you could greatly benefit by applying for Free and Reduced-Priced status. Completing an application is about more than just meals.
The information collected on these forms helps determine the funding needs at schools and throughout the district. It also helps qualifying students and their families with costs such as extracurricular fees, college application fees, and more.
If you have a student attending one of the non-CEP schools below, you are encouraged to fill out a Free or Reduced-Priced meal application even if it’s late in the school year.
Qualifying students in the 2021-22 school year will see a carryover benefit at the beginning of the 2022-23 school year for 30 days. Non-CEP families will also need to complete an application for NEXT school year to be considered for separate approval.
Judson ISD Non-CEP Schools
Kitty Hawk MS
Veterans Memorial HS
Judson Early College Academy
Rolling Meadows ES
Wortham Oaks ES
However, as mentioned above, if your student attends one of the following Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) campuses, they already qualify for free breakfast and lunch so there is NO NEED TO APPLY for Free and Reduced-Priced meals. Those campuses for the school year 2022-2023 are listed below. Judson ISD CEP Schools
Judson Learning Academy
Coronado Village ES
Woodlake Hills MS
Miller’s Point ES
Park Village ES
Spring Meadows ES
All Free and Reduced-Priced meal applications are confidential. A new application must be submitted each year, even if you qualified last year. Please complete only one application per household and list all students enrolled in the district.
Questions? Call Child Nutrition at 210-945-6720