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    Providing Free meals to students in the areas that need it most!

    The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) provides an alternative approach for offering free school meals to school districts and individual schools in low-income areas instead of collecting individual applications for free and reduced price meals. CEP allows schools that predominantly serve low-income children to offer free, nutritious school meals to all students through the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs as well as free after-school snacks for those schools that participate.  For the current school year, Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools has 59 schools that will operate under the Community Eligibility Provision.  Please see below for a list of participating schools.  Select the link to learn more about the Community Eligibility Provision.

    Community Eligibility Provision Schools

    Elementary Schools Middle High Non-traditional
    Ashley Lewisville Clemmons  Carver Carter
    Bolton Meadowlark  East Forsyth East Forsyth Children's Center
    Brunson Middle Fork (ASU) Flat Rock Glenn Kingswood
    Caleb's Creek Mineral Springs  Hanes Kennedy Main Street
    Cash Moore Jefferson  Mount Tabor Special Children's
    Cook Morgan Kernersville  North Forsyth  
    Clemmons North Hills Lewisville Parkland  
    Diggs /Latham Old Town Lowrance RJR  
    Easton Old Richmond Meadowlark Walkertown   
    Forest Park Petree Mineral Springs     
    Gibson Piney Grove Northwest    
    Griffith Rural Hall Paisley    
    Hall Woodward Sedge Garden Philo-Hill    
    Ibraham Smith Farm Southeast    
    Jefferson South Fork Walkertown     
    Kernersville
    Speas Wiley    
    Kimberley Park
    Union Cross
    WS Prep
       
    Kimmel Farm
    Walkertown ES
         
    Konnoak Ward
         
             

    updated 5/29/24