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Series 3000 - Business & Non-Instructional Operations

3542.31 - 5. Non-Instructional Operations - G. Auxiliary Agencies - (2) Food Service - (c) Menus and Services - (i) Free or Reduced Priced Lunches
Posted 11/01/2011 09:00AM

3542.31

Series 3000 - Business & Non-Instructional Operations

5. Non-Instructional Operations

G. Auxiliary Agencies

(2) Food Service

(c) Menus and Services

(i) Free or Reduced Priced Lunches

Participation in the National School Lunch Program is herewith authorized.  Authorization is granted to the Superintendent to act on behalf of the Board for purposes of participating in the National School Lunch Program.

National School lunch Program regulations require that lunches be provided for needy students.  Informational letters and application forms will be distributed to all parents as soon as possible after the opening of school each year providing information on eligibility standards, procedures for applying for free meals or reduced price meals, and how appeals may be filed for reviews of decisions on their application.  This information and application forms also will be provided when new students are enrolled.

Legal Reference:

Connecticut General Statutes
10-215 Lunches, breakfasts and other feeding programs for public school children and employees.
10-216 Payment of expenses
Title VII, Civil Rights Act, 42 U.S.C. 2000e, et. Seq. as amended by
Title IX, Equal Employment Opportunity Act
United States Department of agriculture 7 C.F.R. 15, re: nondiscrimination

 

Policy adopted: November 17, 1970 SUFFIELD PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Policy revised:

January 5, 2010

Suffield, Connecticut

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