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Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) - 2020-2021

The Marble Falls ISD announced today a change to its policy for serving meals to children served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program for the 2020-2021 school year. Schools qualifying to operate the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) provide breakfast and lunch to all children at no charge and eliminate the collection of meal applications for free, reduced-price, and paid student meals. This new approach reduces burdens for both families and school administrators and helps ensure that students receive nutritious meals.

(El Distrito Escolar de Marble Falls (MFISD) anunció hoy un cambio en su póliza para servir comidas a los estudiantes servidos bajo el Programa Nacional de Almuerzos Escolares y el Programa de Desayunos Escolares para el año escolar 2020-2021. Las escuelas que califican para operar la Provisión de Elegibilidad de la Comunidad (CEP) servirá desayuno y almuerzo a todos los estudiantes sin cargo y eliminan la recolección de solicitudes de comidas gratuitas, de precio reducido y pagadas para estudiantes. Este nuevo enfoque reduce las cargas tanto para las familias como para los administradores escolares y ayuda a garantizar que los estudiantes reciban comidas nutritivas.)

For additional information please contact the following person:
(Para obtener información adicional, comuníquese con la siguiente persona)

Marble Falls ISD

Attention:   Mary Davidson, Director, Child Nutrition Services, 1800 Colt Circle, Marble Falls, TX 78654


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