Jr. High: $2.40
Important Information From Our Cafeteria PLEASE READ!The USDA has announced schools can apply to provide free lunch to ALL students. NDPA has received this funding and will begin serving FREE LUNCH to all current students starting today, Monday, September 14, through December, or until the funding runs out.
Here’s how it will work:
Pick up will work as follows:
Please continue to preorder using the online system: Lunch Google DocPlease continue to apply for free or reduced lunch, when funds run out, we will return to the free, reduced, or full pay methods. Applications on file for the 2020-2021 year do not need to reapply. If you have not applied for the 2020-2021 year, please do so to make sure that when this expires you will have approval in place. *You can apply anytime throughout the year as your income changes. Our goal is to provide nutritious and delicious meals and help ease some of your financial burdens at this time.
Informacion de la Aplicacion:
Additional Lunch Info:
- COVID-19 Lunch News Release (pdf)
- 2020-2021 Free and Reduced Lunch Application-English (pdf)
- Solicitud de comidas gratis o a precio reducido de hogares de Utah 2020-2021 (pdf)
- Summer Meals Program Information
- Summer Free Lunch Program
- Eligibility Guidelines for Free and Reduced Lunch (pdf)
- Instrucciones Para la Solicitud de Comida Escolar Gratuita y de Reducido 2020-2021 (docx)
- Free & Reduced Lunch News Release-Spanish (pdf)
- 2020-2021 FAQ's About Free & Reduced Lunch-English (pdf)
- Preguntas Frecuentes Acerca De Las Comidas Escolares Gratis O A Precio Reducido (docx)
- Sign into your Student's Gradebook to apply now
- Lunch Payment by Month (pdf)
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