Free & Reduced Lunches


What is the Free and Reduced Lunch Program?
The National School Lunch Program supports student nutrition in schools. It provides free and reduced priced meals to children of low-income families before school, during school, after school, and over the summer.

You should know...
If you are eligible for unemployment compensation, your family might also be eligible for free or reduced price school meals.


When can I apply to the Free and Reduced Lunch Program?
Parents should complete an application before October 15 of the school year. If a family experiences a change in financial circumstances, then a parent can apply anytime during the school year.


Who will know if I apply or get enrolled in the program?
Applications and enrollments are kept strictly confidential.


How can I get more information about the Free and Reduced Lunch Program?
A website by the USDA can provide you information about the program.
Click here to access the USDA website.

In addition there is a school resource for the program. Please contact the following person:
Name: Laura Ekberg
Phone: (603) 529-7555
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Where can I get a copy of the application for the Free and Reduced Lunch Program?
Below are the forms for the NSLP Free and Reduced Price Family Meals Application. The NSLP program provides free or reduced lunches for the entire school year to children who are enrolled. The application process is strictly confidential. Enrolled students are not identified when purchasing a meal. There is no cost to the family for applying. There is no cost to the family for being enrolled in the program. If your family needs assistance, then please complete the NSLP application and sent it to the school. We know that a government application form can be difficult to read or complete. If you need help, then contact the school for confidential assistance.

Can I get help on completing the Free and Reduced Lunch Program application?

Yes. Please contact the school resource cited above.