Breakfast and lunch will be available free of charge 2021-2022 school year for Fairbanks K-12 students.
If you have any questions, please contact Food Services Director, Lorri Mowery at 937-349-9000 ext. 2186 or LMowery@fairbankspanthers.org.
Children need healthy meals to learn. Fairbanks Local Schools offers healthy meals every school day.
Breakfast: $1.50 (reduced price is $0.00)
Elementary lunch: $2.75 (reduced price is $0.40)
Middle & high lunch: $3.00 (reduced price is $0.40)
All children in households receiving benefits from supplemental nutrition assistance program (SNAP) or Ohio Works First (OWF) are eligible for free meals.
Foster children that are under the legal responsibility of a foster care agency or court are eligible for free meals.
Children participating in their school's Head Start program are eligible for free meals.
Children who meet the definition of homeless, runaway, or migrant are eligible for free meals.
Children may receive free or reduced price meals if your household's income is within the limits on the Federal Income Eligibility Guidelines. Your children may qualify for free or reduced price meals if your household income falls at or below the limits on this chart:
Each Additional Person
Do the members of your household lack a permanent address? Are you staying together in a shelter, hotel, or other temporary housing arrangement? Does your family relocate on a seasonal basis? Are any children living with you who have chosen to leave their prior family or household? If you believe children in your household meet these descriptions and haven't been told your children will get free meals, please email Ann Arthur or call 937.349.9000 ext. 1201.
No. Use one Free and Reduced Price School Meals Application for all students in your household. We cannot approve an application that is not complete, so be sure to fill out all required information. Return the completed application to: Lorri Mowery 11158 St Rt 38 Milford Center, Ohio 43045.
No, but please read the letter you received carefully and follow the instructions. If any children in your household were missing from your eligibility notification, contact Lorri Mowery or call 937.349.9000 ext. 2186.
Yes. Your application is only good for the school year you filed for and will cover the first month of the following school year. You must send in a new application unless the school told you that your child is eligible for the new school year.
Children in households participating in WIC may be eligible. Please send in an application.
Yes. We may also ask you to send written proof of the household income you report.
Yes, you may apply at any time during the school year. For example, children with a parent or guardian who becomes unemployed may become eligible if the household income drops below the income limit.
Yes. You, your children, or other household members do not have to be U.S. citizens to apply for free or reduced price meals.
List the amount that you normally receive. For example, if you normally make $1000 each month, but you missed some work last month and only made $900, put down that you made $1000 per month. If you normally get overtime, include it, but do not include it if you only work overtime sometimes. If you have lost a job or had your hours or wages reduced, use your current income.
Household members may not receive some types of income we ask you to report on the application, or may not receive income at all. Whenever this happens, please write a 0 in the field.
Your basic pay and cash bonuses must be reported as income. If you get any cash value allowances for off-base housing, food, or clothing, it must also be included as income. However, if your housing is part of the Military Housing Privatization Initiative, do not include your housing allowance as income. Any additional combat pay resulting from deployment is also excluded from income.
List any additional household members on a separate piece of paper, and attach it to your application.
To find out how to apply for Ohio SNAP or other assistance benefits, contact your local assistance office or call 877.852.0010.
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