2019-2020 Community Eligible Schools (C.E.P. Schools)
The following schools will be participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (C.E.P.) program for the 2019-2020 School Year. The CEP program is part of the National School Lunch and Breakfast programs which allows schools with a higher percentage of low income families access to free healthy breakfasts and lunches.
For the 19-20 school year Tudor Elementary, Scenic Park Elementary and Susitna Elementary will no longer be CEP schools. Gladys Wood Elementary will become a CEP school.
All enrolled students at the schools listed below are eligible to receive a healthy breakfast and lunch at no cost, every day of the 2019-2020 school year. Students at these schools may participate without having to pay a fee or submit a meal application. This program includes a full meal. Second meals, a la carte meals or a la carte milk is not covered under the program.
If a student changes schools during the school year to a non CEP school, an application to our free and reduced lunch program is required to see if you qualify for continued benefits. Online applications can be filed here.
AVAIL Abbott Loop Elementary Airport Heights Elementary Baxter Elementary Chester Valley Elementary Chinook Elementary College Gate Elementary Creekside Park Elementary Fairview Elementary Government Hill Elementary Gladys Wood Elementary Klatt Elementary Lake Otis Elementary Mountain View Elementary
Muldoon Elementary North Star Elementary Northwood ABC Nunaka Valley Elementary Ptarmigan Elementary Russian Jack Elementary Spring Hill Elementary Taku Elementary School Tyson Elementary Williwaw Elementary
Willow Crest Elementary Wonder Park Elementary Alaska Native Cultural Charter Whaley School Central Middle School of Science Clark Middle School Wendler Middle School Begich Middle School Bartlett High School East High School Benny Benson Secondary School
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