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UPDATED OCT 29: Perryton ISD is providing lunch and breakfast for students at no charge for the remainder of the 2020-2021 School Year. Free meals are being funded by USDA through a program that is scheduled to run through December 31, 2020, unless federal funding runs out sooner.
In addition, PISD will provide free breakfast and lunch for ALL CHILDREN age 1 to 18, regardless of enrollment. These Grab and Go Meals will be served at one location, in the PISD Administration Bldg. parking lot (behind Williams Int.) Breakfast will be available from 8:00 to 8:30 and Lunch will be from 10:30 to 11:00 each day.
All children must be present or the driver must show identification (birth certificate) in order to receive meals. Face-to-Face students will eat at their regular times.
PISD reminds families with IOUs that have accumulated prior to the start of this program, those funds will still be due. Families are encouraged to fill out the online application to continue receiving free or reduced lunches after this program ends. See www.myschoolapps.com
For more information, contact Shellie Walker at 806-435-5478 Ext. 226.
Menu subject to change due to product availability.
For Breakfast only: Meat/Meat Alternates credit as Grain Alternates
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