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Posted August 8, 2018

Fill Out Free & Reduced-Price Meal Application Online

The process is easier than ever.

Albuquerque Public Schools has made it easier for families to apply for free and reduced-price meals with an online application in English or Spanish that walks them through the process.

Only one application is needed per family, even when children attend different APS schools. Applications need to be filled out every year, even if you qualified in previous years.

Applications need to be filled out by families whose students don't attend one of these schools. 

Students who attend any of the more than 80 APS schools that qualify for the Community Eligibility Provision don't need to fill out an application for free or reduced-price meals -- all students at these schools can get breakfast and lunch for free.

While the application can be filled out anytime, families are encouraged to complete it sooner than later. Many schools have computers available for parents to use. The online application also available through the APS breakfast and lunch menu mobile app, YumYummi, which you can download from Google Play or iTunes App Store.

Paper applications also are available at schools that don't qualify for the Community Eligibility Provision.

Call (505) 345-5661 ext. 38206 for more information or assistance.

Who can get free or reduced-price meals?

Students who attend any of the more than 80 APS schools that qualify for the Community Eligibility Provision don't need to fill out an application for free or reduced-price meals -- all students at these schools can get breakfast and lunch for free.

Students who don't attend one of these schools may be eligible for free or reduced-price meals if:

For students who don't qualify, online prepayments for meals can be made at www.myschoolbucks.com.

 

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