Free & Reduced Meal Program

What is the Free and Reduced Meal Program?

The National School Lunch/Breakfast Program is a federally subsidized program that is designed to help eligible children receive complete, nutritious meals at reduced or no cost. Families that qualify for free or reduced priced meals can confidentially participate in both the USDA Lunch and Breakfast Programs at their schools.

Participate in the Free/Reduced Meals Program!

Green Bay announces re-enrollment in the USDA Meals Program for School Year 2019 - 20 

How do I get an application?

Free & Reduced Meal Benefit Applications are mailed to qualifying households in the Green Bay Area Public School District each August. Please complete the confidential application if you feel your household meets the criteria. If you have received a pink letter in the mail indicating you have qualified for free meals through State benefits, do not complete the application. Please read the letter that was sent to you for instructions. Please see the "What if my child was directly certified?" question for additional information. School Fees questions can be submitted to the Accounting Department.  Meal applications are also available online and at all Green Bay Public Schools offices, cafeterias, and the Food Service Center.

A new application must be filled out for each household each year.

Click the links below for a printable application in English or Spanish. **COMING SOON**

English Free & Reduced Price School Meals Application

Español Solicitud Familiar Para Comidas Escolares Gratuitas y a Precio Reducido 

Video Instructions on Completing the Application: English Español

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