The Klein ISD will again offer free and reduced-price lunches and breakfasts to students eligible for the program during the 2019-2020 school year. Parents may contact their school for an instructional flyer to enroll their child/children in the program or can complete the application online at https://lunchapps.kleinisd.net.
The 2019-2020 free and reduced-price meal application must be completed online at https://lunchapps.kleinisd.net. Klein ISD students who were on the program during June 2019, will continue on the program when school starts but will be deleted from the program if a new application for the 2019-2020 school year is not submitted within 30 operating days from the first day of school.
The application must include the following:
- total household income or SNAP/TANF case number
- names of all current Klein ISD students, with grade level and campus assignments
- names of all household members
- signature and the last four digits of the social security number (or mark “none” if not available) of one adult household member
Click HERE to view the household income guidelines for determining free and reduced-price benefits.
Click HERE to receive instructions on how you can apply for free and reduced-price meals or how you can pre-pay for school meals.
All information provided on applications is handled confidentially and is used solely to determine eligibility and to verify data. The Klein ISD offers free and reduced-price lunches and breakfasts for those students who live in households in which family finances temporarily or permanently make them eligible. Parents who have questions or who may need help in filling out the application may contact the Klein ISD Nutrition and Food Services Office for assistance at 832-249-4610.
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