Turn in Applications to:

For the most rapid processing of your Free & Reduced Meal Application 
Please apply online at:
 


Or you may return your completed paper application to:

Brookline Public School 
Office of Administration and Finance 
333 Washington Street
Brookline, MA 02445

Or Email a copy to: joanne_conneely@psbma.org

One application per household please.

Meal Applications

2020 Free and Reduced Price School Meal Application

 

Your children may qualify for free or reduced price meals if your household income is within limits set by the Federal Income Guidelines, if your family receives benefits (such as SNAP or TANF), or if your family is homeless or your student is a foster child.
 
Reduced price is $.30 for breakfast and $.40 for lunch.
 
  • We encourage you to use our new online application at lunchapplication.com  - it is convenient, safe and easy to use!
  • If you don't have access to the online form, you can download the application or request a copy be sent to you.
  • You will need your child's Student Identification Number, which can be found in the Parent Portal
  • Submit an application before November 2 this school year to avoid a gap in status from last year.
  • Submit an application annually.
  • Status, once determined, lasts throughout the academic year and 30 operating days into the new school year.
  • One application per household is sufficient.
  • Students will be charged full price for meals until they receive a letter stating their application was approved.
  • Parents/guardians are responsible for the balance before approval.
  • Parents should notify the School Food Service Department if they do not want their student to purchase lunch or breakfast.
 
Return paper forms to:

Brookline Public School 
Office of Administration and Finance
333 Washington Street, 5th floor
Brookline, MA 02445
 
Or email a copy to: joanne_conneely@psbma.org
 
 
If you need any help filling out the application: Instructions
 
 
For language translations:
Please contact Joanne Conneely if you require an additional language.
Or see translated applications on the USDA website.