Community Eligibility Provision program

The Board of Education approved 12 additional Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) Schools beginning the 2017-2018 school year.  CEP is a key provision of The Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act (HHFKA) authorized by Congress in 2010.   CEP allows districts to serve breakfast and lunch meals at no cost to all enrolled students without the burden of collecting household student meal applications.  CEP is available to all schools within an LEA, a group of schools or individual schools that meet USDA requirements.
  
The following schools have been Board approved for the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) method for the 2017-18 school year.  Breakfast and lunch will be served to all enrolled students at no cost:  

  1.  Brogden Middle
  2.  Brogden Primary
  3.  Carver Elementary 
  4.  Carver Heights
  5.  Dillard Middle 
  6.  Eastern Wayne Elementary 
  7.  Eastern Wayne Middle 
  8.  Eastern Wayne High 
  9.  Edgewood CDS
10.  Fremont STARS Elementary  
11.  Goldsboro High
12.  Grantham Elementary 
13.  Grantham Middle 
14.  Greenwood Middle 
15.  Meadow Lane Elementary
16.  Mt. Olive Middle 
17.  Rosewood Elementary 
18.  School Street Early Learning Center 
19.  Southern Wayne High 
20.  Spring Creek Elementary 
21.  Spring Creek Middle
22.  Spring Creek High
23.  Tommy's Road Elementary
24.  North Drive Elementary
25.  Northeast Elementary
26.  Wayne Middle/High Academy

The following schools will continue to follow the traditional free/reduced meal application method.  Student breakfast will be Universal Free.  There will be a .10 increase in the student paid lunch meal price from $2.25 to $2.35 as required by USDA for all non-CEP schools.   Reduced price lunch will remain at .40 for students.  

1.  Northwest Elementary 
2.  Norwayne Middle 
3.  Charles B. Aycock
4.  Rosewood Middle
5.  Rosewood High
6.  Wayne School of Engineering
7.  Wayne Early Middle College 

Website by SchoolMessenger Presence. © 2017 West Corporation. All rights reserved.