Waverly Food Service
HOW TO APPLY
Free & Reduced Lunch Application
OR Apply online: www.lunchapp.com
Waverly Food Service Letter to Parents
Questions about Free and Reduced Lunch
Need to deposit money in your child's lunch account?
Request for Special Dietary Needs
FREE BREAKFAST IS AVAILABLE DAILY TO ALL WAVERLY STUDENTS
We all know how busy mornings can be trying to get students ready for school. This is why the staff at Waverly Community Schools is renewing our commitment to each child's academic success by ensuring that all students have access to begin each day with a healthy breakfast. Waverly is going to run a program called "Universal Breakfast" for grades pre-k through 12th grades. This is a federally funded program that allows us to serve free to all Waverly Students. The breakfast will include a main entree' low fat or fat free milk, and a fresh fruit. Extensive studies confirm that students who eat a morning meal earn higher test scores, are more attentive in class and have fewer hunger-related disruptive behaviors.
We also offer a great lunch program at Waverly. For the small price of $2.35 for elementary and $2.60 for secondary, your child will receive a main entree', fresh fruit and vegetable bar that includes: fresh salad, fresh and canned fruit, carrots/celery, whole wheat bread and fat free milk. Lunch is free for those who qualify for reduced and free meals this school year. Please fill out the application for the free lunch at www.lunchapp.com or in any of the school offices. You may also pay for your students meals online at www.sendmoneytoschool.com Please call 323-4782 with any questions or concerns. Sincerely, Linda Vainner Food Service Director
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