MISD Spreading the Word About Free and Reduced Lunch Programs

Staff Report
NewsWest 9

MIDLAND - School is just a couple weeks away and parents and students are busy getting everything ready.

This upcoming week, the Midland School District will be letting parents know about their free and reduced price breakfast and lunch programs.

District officials say the applications for their food programs are being mailed to all the student's homes.

But they want to let everyone know the application is new, so they want to make sure parents read over all the information carefully.

They say there are minor changes in applying this year.

Officials say please return all the paperwork as soon as possible.

On Friday, school officials also released the year's cafeteria price list.

It's nearly the same for both elementary and secondary schools.

The only difference is 25 cents more for lunch at secondary schools.

Remember for breakfast is complimentary for students.