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Free Breakfast & Lunch for All Students Enrolled in Naugatuck Public Schools

Dear Parent or Guardian:
Great news for you and your children! All students that attend Naugatuck Public Schools can get 1 FREE breakfast and 1 free lunch daily at school during the school year.
What do you have to do?
  • You do not have to pay any money or fill out a free/reduced lunch application for the students that are enrolled
    Naugatuck Public Schools.
  • If you are enrolled in Naugatuck Public Schools but are distance learning you are also eligible.
  • If you have children that attend schools in other school districts you will need to fill out a free / reduced lunch
    application for them and return it to their school, not Naugatuck.
What is a breakfast meal? Your child may receive only 1 breakfast daily. Breakfast meal is an entrée, fruit, milk and juice.

What is a lunch meal? Your child may receive only 1 lunch daily. Lunch is 1 entrée, fruit, veggies and a milk. In order for the meal to be free your child must take a fruit or veggie with their meal.

Our school is getting free meals for all students as part of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and School
Breakfast Program (SBP) through a choice for schools called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP).

If you have any questions, please call me at 203-720-5279.

Kate Murphy
Nutrition Services Director
Naugatuck Public Schools

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