Every child needs a healthy, filling meal to learn. Comstock Public
Schools offers nutritious meals to children each school day, often at a
free or reduced price for those who need it. We participate in the
National School Lunch and Breakfast Program (NSLBP), a federally funded
program that helps children receive free or reduced meals. Over 224
billion lunches have been served to students in the National School
Lunch and Breakfast Program since it was founded in 1946.
What exactly is a free or reduced price meal?
These meals are the exact same as what other children are served – there
is no “reduced meal.” The price of the meal is reduced or waived for
families based on income.
Does my family qualify?
More families are qualified than you may think. To find out if your
family qualifies for the free or reduced priced meals, please take five
minutes to fill out a free National School Lunch and Breakfast Program
Application. You can stop by any school office, or log on to www.lunchapp.com to fill out an online meal application.
If you have trouble completing your school meal application or have
additional questions, please feel free to contact the Food Service
Office at 250-8719.
At Chartwells School Dining Services, nourishing students is not only
our business; it is our commitment to the communities in which we
serve. We want to make sure students achieve their full potential.
Director of Dining Services
Chartwells School Dining Services