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Free meals for all GDOE students

Posted: Aug 07, 2018 1:49 PM Updated:

This school year, students won't have to worry about paying for lunch.

School meals will be provided at no cost to all 41 GDOE Schools, according to GDOE.  

The free meals are stem from the Community Eligibility Provision first piloted in 21 of 41 schools in SY 2014–2015.

The CEP is a new option available to students participating in the United States Department of Agriculture National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.

The full school menu for SY 2018–2019 is also available on the Food and Nutrition Services Management Division website, and on the GDOE website "Back to School" page. Parents can also learn about the latest back to school updates by visiting the official GDOE social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter @guamdoe and Instagram @guamdoe.

For additional information about the CEP program, please call the Guam State Agency for Child Nutrition Programs at 300–1263.

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