FREE SUMMER FOOD OPTION TO ALL CHILDREN AGES 1-18 YEARS
When school is out, children often miss a nutritious meal due to families’ limited budgets or other circumstances. This option is designed to assist families.
FREE Breakfast And Lunch Meals
As partners in education, we know that learning does not end during summer. Neither does the need for good nutrition that is crucial for our children to have a safe and healthy summer.
Beaumont Schools will be participating in the Free Summer Feeding Option at the following locations and scheduled dates and times for all. Children from ages 1-18 years are eligible including children outside of BUSD. For more information call (951) 845-0279.
Serving Locations: July 7th - August 1st
Albert A. Chatigny Sr., Comm Ctr 1310 Oak Valley Parkway
Breakfast 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Lunch 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM
Stewart Park (Orange & 9th Street) Next to the plunge
Lunch Only 11:00-12:30
FREE transportation to Summer Food Program
As partners with the Beaumont Unified School District, Beaumont Pass Transit is providing FREE transportation to program sites!
Albert A. Chatigny Sr. Community Recreation Center - ROUTE 3
BBQ at Stewart Park - ROUTE 4
For route information, please call Beaumont Pass Transit at 951-769-8530, or ask your bus driver.
2014-2015 FREE/REDUCED MEAL APPLICATIONS
Applications are now available at the Child Nutrition Office
Child Nutrition Services Office is located at:
350 W. Brookside Ave., Bldg. B
Next to Beaumont High School Athletic Stadium - Educational Support Facility
Office: 951.845.0279 CNS Direct Line
2014-15 MEAL APPLICATION INFORMATION
FREE/REDUCED MEAL APPLICATIONS are available at the following locations:
CNS OFFICE, EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT FACILITY, SCHOOL SITE OFFICES AND CENTRAL ENROLLMENT OFFICE
Please note the following information:
- If students were free or reduced during the 2013-14 school year ONLY, they will be considered free/reduced during the first 30 school days (grace period) beginning August 13, 2014. The deadline for the grace period is September 24, 2014. Effective September 25, 2014, students that have not renewed an application for 2014-15 will be changed to paid status.
- ALL qualifying students MUST apply and submit a new application for each school year. ONLY students who were free/reduced in a prior school year with Beaumont USD will have a grace period.
- Parents of new students are encouraged to submit an application directly to the Child Nutrition Office for benefits to take immediate effect. Students must bring money or a lunch until an application is received and processed in the Child Nutrition Office.
- APPLICATIONS are available at all school site offices and cafeterias.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Do I need an application for each student? ~No, the requirement is ONE application per household.
Do I need to fill out an application if students were free/reduced last school year? ~Yes, we are required to have an application filled out every school year.
Do I need to bring proof of income? ~No, proof of income is not required unless a family is randomly selected for audit in October. Families selected for audit will be notified by mail.
If you have questions or need more information, please contact the Child Nutrition Services Department at (951) 845-0279.
2014-15 FREE/REDUCED Income Eligibility Guidelines
INCOME ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES: Use the income chart below to see if you qualify for the free or reduced price meal program.
Effective July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015
Household Members Annual Monthly Twice per Month Every 2 Weeks Weekly
1…………………… 21,590 1,800 900 831 416
2…………………… 29,101 2,426 1,213 1,120 560
3…………………… 36,612 3,051 1,526 1,409 705
4…………………… 44,123 3,677 1,839 1,698 849
5…………………… 51,634 4,303 2,152 1,986 993
6…………………… 59,145 4,929 2,465 2,275 1,138
7…………………… 66,656 5,555 2,778 2,564 1,282
8…………………… 74,167 6,181 3,091 2,853 1,427
For each additional family member add:
+7,511 +626 +313 +289 +145
MENUS and Nutritional Information
In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
To file a complaint of discrimination, write to:
USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication
1400 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Washington, DC 20250-9410
Or call 866.632.9992 (voice). Individuals who are hearing-impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at 800.877.8339, or 800.845.6136 (Spanish).
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.