Income eligibility guidelines for free and reduced priced school meals

Income eligibility guidelines for free and reduced priced school meals

Local school officials have announced the policy for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program and/or School Breakfast Program.
Here are the income eligibility guidelines for free and reduced priced meals for students, according to the Kern County Superintendent of Schools office. 

Free Eligibility Scale
Meals, Snacks, and Milk

Household Size Annual Monthly Twice Per Month Every Two Weeks Weekly

1

$ 15,171

$ 1,265

$ 633

$ 584

$ 292

2

20,449

1,705

853

787

394

3

25,727

2,144

1,072

990

495

4

31,005

2,584

1,292

1,193

597

5

36,283

3,024

1,512

1,396

698

6

41,561

3,464

1,732

1,599

800

7

46,839

3,904

1,952

1,802

901

8

52,117

4,344

2,172

2,005

1,003

For each additional family member, add:

$ 5,278

$ 440

$ 220

$ 203

$ 102

 
Reduced-Price Eligibility Scale
Meals and Snacks

Household Size Annual Monthly Twice Per Month Every Two Weeks Weekly

1

$ 21,590

$ 1,800

$ 900

$ 831

$ 416

2

29,101

2,426

1,213

1,120

560

3

36,612

3,051

1,526

1,409

705

4

44,123

3,677

1,839

1,698

849

5

51,634

4,303

2,152

1,986

993

6

59,145

4,929

2,465

2,275

1,138

7

66,656

5,555

2,778

2,564

1,282

8

74,167

6,181

3,091

2,853

1,427

For each additional family member, add:

$ 7,511

$ 626

$ 313

$ 289

$ 145

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