Child Nutrition Programs

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Summer P-EBT

Utah has been approved for the Summer P-EBT program.

Who is it for?

Students who, as of the last day of School Year 2020-2021

  • Are enrolled (this includes high school seniors) for free or reduced-price school meals at a school that participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) or
  • Who are enrolled in a school that provides free meals to all students through the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) or another provision.

Students, who apply for free or reduced-price school meals by August 1st, and are determined eligible and enrolled for free or reduced-price school meals at a school that participates in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP).

How much will I receive and when should I expect to receive it?

Each eligible child will receive a total of $375 to cover the summer months. These benefits will be added on to your previously issued P-EBT card or SNAP EBT card. We anticipate these funds will be added starting the end of August.

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Do I need to fill out a Free & Reduced Application?
YES! All families should complete a Free & Reduced Application for the 2021-22 school year, regardless of income.
What is included in "Free Meals?"
Students can receive 1 complete breakfast and 1 complete lunch for free each day.  A la carte sales including milk-only purchases and Snack Bar items are NOT included, so students will need to pay cash or have money available on their account (charging is not permitted). 
I received a letter stating my students were denied for free meals based on income.  What happens now? 
Your students will still receive free meals, regardless of income, at this time.  Our regular lunch and breakfast program is based on income guidelines, but the USDA has allowed us to offer free meals regardless of those income guidelines until December. 
I didn't fill out a Free & Reduced Application, do my students still get free meals?
Yes! HOWEVER, a significant amount of funding for our school and community comes from Free & Reduced Applications, so PLEASE COMPLETE YOUR FREE & REDUCED APPLICATION for the 2021-22 school year.


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Welcome to Grand County School District

Child Nutrition Programs

Providing delicious, high quality meals, packed with nutrients is our goal at GCCNP.  You can find our amazing kitchen crews working hard every day to make scratch-cooked meals for students at all of our campuses.  We offer a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, baked goods, and entrees daily so your students can enjoy a meal tailored just to them. All of our meals meet or exceed USDA and USBE nutritional guidelines, so your students have the fuel they need to focus on learning throughout the day.  Our menu has been revamped for the 2020-2021 school year by our chef and kitchen managers to bring in some yummy new dishes as well as bring back some of your student's old favorites.  We are looking forward to serving your students and families in the 2020-2021 school year with some exciting new activities, programs, and contests designed to get Grand County families healthy, moving, and participating in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs!
Academy of St. James - School Meal Program
Please reach out to us if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.  
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