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WFISD Releases Criteria for Free and Reduced Lunch

Classroom doors open for student in the Wichita Falls ISD next week.

The District has released their criteria for free and reduced lunch for this coming school year.

The following students are eligible for free and reduced-price meals:

  1. Students in households receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)
  2. Students in households receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
  3. Students in households receiving Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR).
  4. Children in the foster system.
  5. Homeless, runaway or migrant students.
  6. Children enrolled in Head Start or Even Start.
  7. Children in households with an income that is at or below the income eligibility levels.

To apply for free and reduced-price meals based on your income, fill out an application and return it to:

Benetta Johnson

Free and Reduced Clerk

2015 5th Street Bldg.

A 940-235-1065 ext. 29003.

You will need the following information:

  1. Names of all household members.
  2. Amount, frequency, and source of current income for each household member
  3. Last 4 digits of the Social Security number of the adult household member who signs the application.  If the adult does not have a social security number, check the box for "I do not have a Social Security number."
  4. Signature of an adult household member attesting that the information provided is correct.
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