Below are the instructions and forms for the Free & Reduced Meal Application. If you have questions please call Carla Chirstensen or Natalie Lange at 712-563-2607. (Spanish version is available in the office)
Applications may be sent to the HS Superintendent's office anytime after July 1 of the current school year. If we have them before school starts then your child can begin the year with the meal price for which they qualify.
Paid Prices: Breakfast - $2.00 Lunch - $2.80
Reduced Prices: Breakfast - $.30 Lunch - $.40
Information for parents interested in the Free & Reduced lunch program:
(Spanish versions are available in the office)
Letter to Parents/Guardians
Instructions for filing the Free & Reduced Application
FY21 Iowa Eligibility Application w/Waiver
NEW for 2020-2021*** Web-Based Applications through JMC Parent Access
(Still working on approval from the state, we will let you know once it is ready.)
Letter to Parents/Guardians for web-based applications
JMC Parent Access
(If you are direct certified through the state database or receive the SNAP Lunch Letter, then you don’t need to fill out the entire application, however if you would like to receive assistance for book fees and/or drivers education fees you need to complete this waiver. ) FY21 Waiver only
Public Release FY21 (pdf)
If you fill out your forms on the computer - please save them & send them to
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