All School Meals are FREE for All Students at All Schools until June 30, 2021
Please see the USDA Announces Free Meals for All Children letter link below.
BCPS Nutrition Services
Looking Forward: Spring Break Week – No To-Go Meals Offered
BCHS: April 12 pick up, with two days of testing that week, ALL high school students qualify for the Free To-Go Meals and are encouraged to order the meals via the meal order link below.
Byron Center Public Schools operates within the guidelines of the USDA National School Meals Program. The Nutrition Services program is self-funding, which means we operate within a planned food service budget and do not use any general fund monies from the district.
Kerri Wright - Nutrition Services Director
8542 Byron Center Avenue SW
Byron Center, MI 49315 Email: email@example.com
Phone 616. 878.6100
Print a Free / Reduced Meals App
FAQ Free and Reduced Application
How to Apply for Free or Reduced Lunch Application
BCPS Wellness Policy
"And Justice for All" Poster
BCPS Board Policy on Civil Rights
Civil Rights Discrimination Complaint Form
School Closing Menu Procedure
MDE Meet Up and Eat Up Site Locator
Free and Reduced Lunch Applications
BCPS and the State of Michigan are aware that many families may be experiencing a reduction or loss of income due to the closures affecting all of us. BCPS can continue to accept applications for free or reduced-price meals during the school closure. You can apply online at: www.lunchapp.com. While breakfast and lunch are currently not available at school, there are further benefits available for families who qualify for free or reduced-price meal benefits. I encourage you to apply if your family situation has changed or if you chose not to apply in the past.
An added benefit of completing the online application and being approved for free or reduced-price school meal benefits, is that benefits will carry over for the first 30 school days of the 2020-2021 school year.