NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Norfolk Public Schools will continue to provide meals to children served under the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs, according to a news release.
The schools will participate in the Community Eligibility Provisions, or CEP, as implemented under the Health, Hunger-Free Kids Acts of 2010. Meals will be provided for enrolled students for both breakfast and lunch at no charge to the families. Household aren’t require to submit a meal application form.
Families will receive a letter and phone call about the program, according to a release. Schools hosting programs or activities after the instructional day are encouraged to participate in the At-Risk Child and Adult Care Foodservice Program, a federal program providing snacks or supper free of charge to students .
The letter will also be posted under the Free Meals and Programs tab. Click here to view the website for more information.
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