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Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District National School Breakfast & Lunch Program The Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District is pleased to announce its policy of providing free and reduced price meals to eligible children under the National School Lunch Program, After School Snacks, School Breakfast Program. Each School and the District/Central Office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by an interested party. 001 Palmer High 002 Su Valley Jr/Sr High 003 Wasilla High 005 Colony High 006 Burchell High 004 Houston Jr Sr 010 Palmer Middle 01 Wasilla Middle 012 Colony Middle 013 Teeland Middle 030 Big Lake Elementary 031 Glacier View School 032 Iditarod Elementary 033 Sherrod Elementary 034 Swanson Elementary 035 Talkeetna Elementary 036 Trapper Creek Elementary 038 Willow Elementary 039 Snowshoe Elementary 041 Butte Elementary 042 Sutton Elementary* 043 Cottonwood Elementary 044 Tanaina Elementary CEP (Community Eligble Provsiont no application is requaired at ths site for this school year 045 Pioneer Peak Elementary 046 Larson Elementary 047 Finger Lake Elem 048 Goosebay Elementary 050 Shaw Elementary 051 Meadow Lake Elementary 053 Machetanz Elementary 054 Dena'ina Elementary 071 Valley Pathways 073 Career Tech High 077 Mat-Su Day School 080 Redington Sr. Jr/Sr High Free Meals-130 % of Federal Poverty Guidelines Reduced Price Meals -185% of Federal Poverty Guidelines Moneny Annua Tece Mon Weekly Household Annual Monny To ekly y Ey Size 28,880 2,405 1,203 1,110 655 20,280 845 780 390 1,000 39,09t 3,258 1,629 1,504 752 27,469 2,290 1,145 1,057 529 2.889 1,333 3 49,321 4,111 2,056 1,897 949 34,658 1445 667 41,847 49,006 59.552 4,9630 2.482 2291 1,146 3,488 1,744 1.610 805 4 6e,782 5,816 2.908 2684 1342 4,087 2044 1,886 943 6 80,013. 6,668 3,334 3.078 1,539 56,225 4,686- 2343 2.163 1,082 1,736 63414 90.243 7,336 3,761 3471 5,285 2643 2439 1,220 100,474 4,187 3.865 1,933 5,084 2,942 8,373 70,603 2,716 1,358 For each additional family member add: 10,231 853 427 394 197 7.189 600 600 277 139 contact Department 690 E Cope Industrial Way, Palmer, AK 99645 Phone: (907) 861-5100 Meals meet nutritional standard established Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Native Family Assistance Program (NFAP), they are automatically able to receive free meals by filling an application that includes their assistance number from one of those programs. Students who are migrant, homeless, or runaways are automatically eligible and do not need to fill out an application. Foster children receive free meals regardless of the income of the household with which they reside. Note: Medicaid and Denali Kid Care case numbers do not qualify for eligibility. For more information or to get an application form for free or reduced-price school meals, Chris Johnson; Nutrition Services benefits is denied will be provided an opportunity to appeal the decision. Families may reapply as many times as needed during the school year if income or family size should change by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The above sites will participate in the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program (and some schools participate in the Supper and the After School Snack Program). Applications cannot be approved unless they contain complete information. Information provided on an application may be verified at any time. Households may apply for school meal benefits at any time during the school year if circumstances change. Children whose parents or guardians become unemployed may be eligible for school meal benefits based on their house- hold income during the period of unemployment. A household whose application for school meal In accordance with Federal law and U.S Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW. Washington DC 20250-9410 or call (866) 632-9992. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer Households with incomes less than or equal to the following effective guidelines are eligible for free or reduced-price meals. These guidelines are effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. If you have children who approved for Sup plemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) formerly known as Food Stamps, Temporary BUS Applications can be completed online at: www.schoolcafe.com Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District National School Breakfast & Lunch Program The Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District is pleased to announce its policy of providing free and reduced price meals to eligible children under the National School Lunch Program, After School Snacks, School Breakfast Program. Each School and the District/Central Office has a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by an interested party. 001 Palmer High 002 Su Valley Jr/Sr High 003 Wasilla High 005 Colony High 006 Burchell High 004 Houston Jr Sr 010 Palmer Middle 01 Wasilla Middle 012 Colony Middle 013 Teeland Middle 030 Big Lake Elementary 031 Glacier View School 032 Iditarod Elementary 033 Sherrod Elementary 034 Swanson Elementary 035 Talkeetna Elementary 036 Trapper Creek Elementary 038 Willow Elementary 039 Snowshoe Elementary 041 Butte Elementary 042 Sutton Elementary* 043 Cottonwood Elementary 044 Tanaina Elementary CEP (Community Eligble Provsiont no application is requaired at ths site for this school year 045 Pioneer Peak Elementary 046 Larson Elementary 047 Finger Lake Elem 048 Goosebay Elementary 050 Shaw Elementary 051 Meadow Lake Elementary 053 Machetanz Elementary 054 Dena'ina Elementary 071 Valley Pathways 073 Career Tech High 077 Mat-Su Day School 080 Redington Sr. Jr/Sr High Free Meals-130 % of Federal Poverty Guidelines Reduced Price Meals -185% of Federal Poverty Guidelines Moneny Annua Tece Mon Weekly Household Annual Monny To ekly y Ey Size 28,880 2,405 1,203 1,110 655 20,280 845 780 390 1,000 39,09t 3,258 1,629 1,504 752 27,469 2,290 1,145 1,057 529 2.889 1,333 3 49,321 4,111 2,056 1,897 949 34,658 1445 667 41,847 49,006 59.552 4,9630 2.482 2291 1,146 3,488 1,744 1.610 805 4 6e,782 5,816 2.908 2684 1342 4,087 2044 1,886 943 6 80,013. 6,668 3,334 3.078 1,539 56,225 4,686- 2343 2.163 1,082 1,736 63414 90.243 7,336 3,761 3471 5,285 2643 2439 1,220 100,474 4,187 3.865 1,933 5,084 2,942 8,373 70,603 2,716 1,358 For each additional family member add: 10,231 853 427 394 197 7.189 600 600 277 139 contact Department 690 E Cope Industrial Way, Palmer, AK 99645 Phone: (907) 861-5100 Meals meet nutritional standard established Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) or Native Family Assistance Program (NFAP), they are automatically able to receive free meals by filling an application that includes their assistance number from one of those programs. Students who are migrant, homeless, or runaways are automatically eligible and do not need to fill out an application. Foster children receive free meals regardless of the income of the household with which they reside. Note: Medicaid and Denali Kid Care case numbers do not qualify for eligibility. For more information or to get an application form for free or reduced-price school meals, Chris Johnson; Nutrition Services benefits is denied will be provided an opportunity to appeal the decision. Families may reapply as many times as needed during the school year if income or family size should change by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The above sites will participate in the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program (and some schools participate in the Supper and the After School Snack Program). Applications cannot be approved unless they contain complete information. Information provided on an application may be verified at any time. Households may apply for school meal benefits at any time during the school year if circumstances change. Children whose parents or guardians become unemployed may be eligible for school meal benefits based on their house- hold income during the period of unemployment. A household whose application for school meal In accordance with Federal law and U.S Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. To file a complaint of discrimination, write to USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW. Washington DC 20250-9410 or call (866) 632-9992. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer Households with incomes less than or equal to the following effective guidelines are eligible for free or reduced-price meals. These guidelines are effective July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2020. If you have children who approved for Sup plemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) formerly known as Food Stamps, Temporary BUS Applications can be completed online at: www.schoolcafe.com