Lunches will be free to all Mansfield City Schools students again this school year through the district’s continued participation in the Ohio Department of Education’s Community Eligibility Provision (CEP).
student breakfasts also will be free.
program, which was implemented last year, permits the district to serve free lunches
to all students, regardless of family income, and eliminates the need to verify
income for free or reduced-price lunches.
manager Lauren Moran said an average of 2,500 lunches were served daily in
2018-2019, an increase of about 150 over the previous year.
adults will be $4; breakfasts $2.50.
the CEP notice required by the state:
The Mansfield City School District
will continue participating in a Free Breakfast and Lunch program for the
current school year (2019-2020). This
alternative is referred to as the Community Eligibility Provision. All students enrolled at the following
school(s) may participate in the School Breakfast Program and the National
School Lunch Program at no charge.
Household applications are not required to receive free meals, but
applications may be distributed by the school to collect household income data for
other programs that require this information.
All students will be served breakfast
and lunch at no charge at the following sites:
Mansfield Senior High
For questions or additional
program information please contact:
Attention: Lauren Moran
W. Cook Rd.
(419) 525-6400 ext. 56417
EMAIL: [email protected]
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