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Frequently Asked Questions About Free and Reduced Meals


You can apply for Free/Reduced Meals online now (see below).
 

Reduced Student Meals
          Breakfast .30
          Lunch .40

Full Pay Student Meals (Middle/High)
          Breakfast $1.00
          Lunch $2.00

Full Pay Student Meals (Elementary)
          Breakfast $1.00
          Lunch $1.75

Adult Meals
          Breakfast $2.50
          Lunch $3.50              


Online Applications for Free/Reduced Meals Now Available
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Apply Now!
Free/Reduced Meal Applications available @ https://schoolcafe.com/

-Students will obtain eligibility benefits faster
-Electronic submission ensures that the completed application reaches the county office  quickly
-Secure and confidential
-Only one application needed for the entire household even if children are in different  schools.

Income Guidelines for Free and Reduced Meals for 2019 - NEW

Paper applications for Free and Reduced Meals will be sent home on the first day of school for those who can not or do not wish to apply online.  Here are the directions for completing the paper application when received.


Online Payment Accounts for School Meals Now Available
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Pay Now!

Payments available  School Café (also includes app to download for easy payment)

-View your student's cafeteria account balance and purchases.
-Make secure online payments anytime, anywhere.
-Set up hassle-free automatic payments for each student.
-Receive payment reminders.

 Hampshire County Meal Account Collection Policy:

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Collection for Outstanding Participant Meal Accounts

 


Declaration of  Non-Discrimination

 “USDA is an equal opportunity provider.”


News Flash
Pumpkin Race postponed until Mon., Oct. 21 Due to the high winds, the Pumpkin Race for 4th & 5th graders has been postponed until Monday, October 21 @ 10 AM at the HHS track.

Important Internet Safety Presentation for all Hampshire County Parents @ HHS on Oct. 22 at 6 PM Jesse Weinberger, a former software programmer & nationally recognized Internet Safety author & speaker will be presenting to RMS and CBMS students on Mon., Oct. 21 & will share information about our students' Internet risk at this parent presentation. Read on...

WV Bd. of Education to Hold Listening Tour - local meeting is Oct. 24 in Martinsburg Members of the public are invited to the James Rumsey Technical Institute in Martinsburg to inform the WVBE about what constitutes high-quality learning. A report will be issued by Dec 1. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. and ends by 8 p.m. Read on for complete details...


Hampshire County Schools
111 School Street
Romney, WV 26757
Jeffrey Pancione
Superintendent
Phone: (304) 822-3528
Fax: (304) 822-3540
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