Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)
Students attending these campuses will not need to fill out an application for meal benefits. These campuses will have free priced meals for all students from the first day of school. Students not at these campuses will need to fill out an application for free or reduced priced meals. If you have students at both CEP sites and application school meal sites please add all students to your one family application.
Sites on Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)
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Austin Irvin CCTE Bowie Jefferson Raymond Telles Chapin CCTA
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