FREE SCHOOL MEALS 2022-2026
ALL students in the ASD will receive free Breakfast and Lunch from the fall of 2022 through the 2026 school year. Families do NOT need to complete an application for Free/Reduced School Meal Application. The Auburn School District is qualified to participate in the federal Community Eligibility Provision that provides meals for all students. We are so excited to be able to offer healthy, nutritious meals to all ASD students!
Please check the Auburn School District home page for the latest updates from the district.
Child Nutrition Mission Statement
Our child department mission is to support students and families by offering nutritionally sound healthy well balanced meals every day. Proper nutrition is the key to student learning and academic success. Nourishing breakfast and lunches are available at 23 schools each day prepared on site. We serve over 4,500 breakfasts and 8,500 lunches each day in our district.
We offer a wonderful variety of fruits and vegetables on our salad bars. Whole grains, proteins, and a variety of low fat milk choices come with the salad bars each day. All meals are trans-fat free and meet the current USDA requirements regulating calories, fats, sugar, nutrients and serving size. Every school offers a variety of entrée choices and options on the salad bar.
Need a Copy of Your Free/Reduced Eligibility Letter?
You can get a copy of your Free/Reduced Eligibility letter in Skyward Family Access, under the Food Service tab.
Did You Forget to Fill Out the Consent Form?
Throughout the year we perform Direct Certification matches for meal benefits. We are required to conduct six DC matches annually.
Be sure to check your email and/or Family Access for a copy of your eligibility letter.
Helpful CNS Info
Click here for Helpful Child Nutrition information regarding Free & Reduced School Meals.
School Breakfast Program
Click here to learn about benefits from eating breakfast.
The Auburn School District complies with all Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies.
For more information, the USDA has provided a publication "And Justice for All"