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MCS Students To Receive One Free Lunch Per Day

Any additional lunch (or lunch items) will need to be purchased at a normal cost.

(Madison, Ind.) – The State Agency has granted a waiver allowing Madison Consolidated Schools to participate in a program one free lunch meal per day, per student during a normal school day.

In order to qualify, the student must be enrolled in Madison schools. This program is available from now through December 31, 2020, or until the grant funding is depleted.

This program will cover one free lunch per day, per student. Any additional lunch (or lunch items) will need to be purchased at a normal cost.

The free meal is the daily plate lunch menu item only. Students would still need to pay for any ala carte items wanted.

As always, the school will still be available at no cost to all students.

Due to COVID-19 visiting restrictions, meals for all students will be available for pick up at the MCHS Cafeteria only via the outside door between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. daily.

Families will need to park in the Clifty Drive parking lot across from McDonald’s, near the softball field.  The outside cafe door is located along the sidewalk just off the corner of the building and will be marked for pick up. 

It is asked that families follow all safety protocols when visiting the campus.  Masks are required and if your family is in quarantine, we ask that you do not come for meal pick up.

If your family qualifies for meal assistance and you have not submitted your application for the 2020-2021 school year, you will need to do that before September 18.  If not on filed and approved, your meal status will be changed to paid status and normal charges apply.

Please take a moment and check your food service account.  If your student’s account is negative, please send or deposit funds - as these fees are due and payable.

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