Child Nutrition Program
Boaz City School System Child Nutrition Program
The goal of the Boaz City School System Child Nutrition Program is to provide safe and nutritious meals to all of our students. Boaz City participates in the National School Lunch Program, the National School Breakfast Program, Snack Program and the Seamless Summer Feeding Option Program. Both the breakfast and lunch meals meet the state and federal guidelines. BCSS CNP provides afterschool snacks to our students participating in the Extended Day Program. Meal benefits are available for those families wishing to apply by completing a meal application. Meal prices are $2.75 for lunch and $1.25 for breakfast for the 2018-2019 school year. A special program called “Universal Breakfast” is available for students attending Boaz Elementary School and Corley Elementary School. This program allows students at
Boaz Elementary School and Corley Elementary School to eat breakfast at no cost to the student each day. Breakfast is served in the classroom at Boaz Elementary and Corley Elementary Schools. Meal benefit applications are available at each school and at the Central Office. A new application is required each school year and only one application is required for each family. Applications are also available online at http://www.mychalkablecafe.com/Boaz. We also have online payments for meals
available. To sign up as a new user for online payments, go to www.boazk12.org and click on the “Pay Lunch Money” link under popular links. If you are applying online for meal benefits or paying for meals online, you will need your child’s state ID number. Please email Brandy Tarvin at email@example.com or call Brandy Tarvin at 256-593-8180 to obtain the ID number if you do not already have it. Please contact Mrs. Brandy Tarvin, CNP Director, with any questions about the Child Nutrition Program, firstname.lastname@example.org. We highly encourage all of our students to participate in the Child Nutrition Program.
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