Elementary school lunch
Middle & high school lunch
Reduced priced lunch
Paper applications are also available at schools and the District School Board Office located at 40 Orange Street.
Family Empowerment Scholarship
All households within the district receiving free or reduced priced meals under the National School Lunch Act are eligible to participate in the Family Empowerment Scholarship for Educational Options (FES EO) Program.
Link to Empowerment Scholarship:
**Applicants who have limited English proficiency**
This link features foreign language translations of the Prototype Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals. They are provided by USDA as a template to assist state and local agencies in serving households where English is not spoken as a primary language. Households may also download these resources directly to be filled out and submitted to their local school district. Please note that the PDF forms have 2016-2017 SY listed, it’s the latest version from USDA. For any questions, please call the Food and Nutrition department at 904-547-8931.
Students that are enrolled at the following CEP (Community Eligibility Provision) schools do not need to complete an application for Free or Reduced Meals:
- Crookshank Elementary School
- Murray Middle School
- Osceola Elementary School
- South Woods Elementary School
- St. Johns Technical High School
- Transitions Program
- Webster Elementary School
All students at these locations eat at no cost.
Please Note the following change to the Free and Reduced Meal Application: If your household receives SNAP, FDPIR or State TANF cash assistance provide the Case number for the person who receives benefits.