Carmel Clay Schools participate in the National School Breakfast and Lunch Programs. A benefit of these programs is the ability to provide free or reduced-price meals to families who are eligible according to the federal income guidelines.
The regular price for lunch is $2.45 for elementary students and $2.65 for secondary students. The price for breakfast is $1.35. The price for milk is $0.60. Students may qualify for free meals or for reduced-price meals. Reduced-price is $.40 for lunch and there will be no cost for breakfast.
A new application must be filled out each year for meal benefits to continue. Meal benefits begin when the application has been processed and approved. The online application is an easy and convenient way to apply for meal benefits for your child(ren). Simply enter the requested information as accurately as possible, and all data will be instantly and securely sent for processing. Start your family's meal benefits sooner by entering your information now!
Online Free and Reduced Meal Application (available July 2018)
Printable Application Form
CCS Food & Nutrition Services strongly encourage families to apply online through EZMealApp.com. This process improves application processing time and accuracy. If applying online is not an option for your family, paper applications will be accepted and are available at all schools and the administration building. A printable version is accessible on the link below. Only one application per household is needed.
Once you complete an online or a paper application, you will be notified by mail of your child's status within 10 business days. Until notification, you are responsible for providing your child with a lunch or lunch money.
Available July 2018
2018- 2019 Free & Reduced-Price Meal Application
Free & Reduced-Price Meals Application Instruction Guide
2018 - 2019 Spanish Free & Reduced-Price Meal Application
Spanish Free & Reduced-Price Meals Application Instruction Guide
For more information regarding the 21st Century Scholars program, please click on the image below.