Local schools announce free and reduced meal policies
Tuesday August 21, 2012 | By:Submitted to Journal
SPRINGVILLE –– St. Aloysius Regional School and West Valley Central School have released their free and reduced price meal policies for the upcoming 2012 – 2013 school year.
For free lunch, breakfast and milk, households with one – eight members must have a weekly maximum income between $280 and $970, with each additional person’s adding $99 to the income.
For reduced-price eligibility for breakfast and lunch, households with one – eight members must have a maximum weekly income between $398 and $1,384, with each additional person’s adding $141 to the income.
The information provided on an application will be confidential and will be used for determining eligibility. The districts have the right to verify the information on the application at any time, during the school year. If a parent does not give the school the requested details, his or her child or children will no longer be able to participate.
For more information about St. Aloysius’s free or reduced lunches, contact Principal and School Food Authority Scott Kapperman at 592-7002. St. Aloysius is located at 186 Franklin St. in Springville.
In the West Valley School District, contact Pre-Kindergarten – 12th grade Principal Daniel Amodeo at 5359 School St., West Valley, NY 14141.
A complete copy of this policy is on file in the office of the School Food Authority District Administrator, where it may be reviewed.