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FAMILIES IMPACTED BY GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR MEAL BENEFITS

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January 22, 2019
  MARTIN COUNTY FAMILIES IMPACTED BY GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN ENCOURAGED TO APPLY FOR MEAL BENEFITS
 
 
STUART, FL - Martin County families that have been impacted by the federal government shutdown are encouraged to apply for free or reduced-price meal benefits through the National School Lunch Program.
 
The District's Food & Nutrition Services Department provides appealing and nutritionally-sound meals to all students and staff while promoting overall wellness and operating in a cost-effective manner. While full-pay meals range in cost from $1.50 (breakfast) to $3.50 (secondary premium lunch), free and reduced-price meals ($.30/breakfast and $.40/lunch) are available to students who meet the guidelines established by the National School Lunch Program. Additional information about meal pricing is available here.
 
Students at the following schools currently receive free breakfasts and lunches regardless of their household income through the National School Lunch Program's Community Eligibility Provision: Indiantown Middle School, J.D. Parker Elementary School, Pinewood Elementary School, Port Salerno Elementary School, Spectrum Academy, Willoughby Learning Center and Warfield Elementary School.
 
Parents are encouraged to submit an application for meal benefits by visiting www.lunchapplication.com.
 
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