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    All students at Smith Elementary are provided free breakfast this 2017-2018 school year.

    Students at Spring, Westfield and Wunsche high schools and Early College Academy at Southridge are still eligible to apply for free and reduced-priced meals as usual, and lunches will be economically priced at $2 or more.

    FREE AND REDUCED-PRICE MEALS FOR NON-CEP SCHOOLS – Eligibility for free and reduced-price meals is based on federally established income and household size guidelines. In Spring ISD there is no meal charge for students who are eligible for reduced-price meals. Student eligibility is kept confidential. All students have meal accounts and pin numbers that must be entered for every transaction whether paid, reduced or free.

    FREE AND REDUCED-PRICE MEAL APPLICATIONS – All households with children attending a Spring ISD school are required to fill out the free and reduced-price meal application since state and federal funding are based upon this information. The Child Nutrition Department currently accepts both online and paper applications. Online applications are available at https://mealapps.springisd.org/. Paper applications are available at campuses districtwide. Parents should allow 10 working days for eligibility determination after submitting a paper application. Until applications are processed, parents will need to give their student money to purchase school meals at the prices listed above.