School Meals

As a part of COVID-19 response, the USDA has extended waivers allowing schools to participate in the Summer Food Service Program through the 2020-2021 school year.

Most of these meals will be integrated into normal food service, but some districts are operating community sites as well. Check our summer food page for more information.

Even if you are receiving free meals now, if you have not yet applied for Free or Reduced Meals for next year, then you should do so. Free or Reduced meal applications are also used to determine eligibility for many other benefits, and these applications also help shape federal funding for your children's schools. 

Applications for Free or Reduced Meals are completed through your local school district. Many districts offer online applications through their parent portals, and most have online copies of their applications available.

Parents with children attending charter schools or districts not listed here should consult their schools directly.

 Alpine  Online Portal   Jordan Online Portal Rich Website
Beaver  Drive Juab Online Portal Salt Lake Website
 Box Elder Online Portal  Logan Online Portal Sevier Online Portal
 Cache  Website

 Millard

 Online Portal South Sanpete Website
 Canyons  Website Morgan  Website South Summit Website
 Carbon  Website  Murray  Website Tooele Online Portal
 Daggett  Website  Nebo  Website Uintah Website
 Davis  Website  North Sanpete  Website Wasatch Website
Duchesne Website North Summit Website Washington Website
Emery Website Ogden Website Wayne Website
Grand Online Portal Park City Website Weber Website
Granite Online Portal Piute Website    
Iron Online Portal Provo Online Portal    



Check the income guidelines below to see if you may qualify. If your income is below the amount listed for the size of your household, you may qualify.

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reduced

 

For more information on food pantries, access to benefits, and other resources, look at our county by county guides. Also remember to help prevent the spread of the virus by following these guidelines.

For information about other services, visit Utah 2-1-1 (or call at 801-736-8929).