Saturday, July 15, 2000

New income guidelines for Cincinnati school meals




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Cincinnati schools announced income guidelines for students to qualify for free and reduced-price meals.

        Households will receive letters and applications in the mail. Forms can be returned to the school any time during the school year.

        Top annual incomes to qualify during the 2000-2001 school year:

        • Household of one: $10,855 for free meals; $15,448 for reduced meals.

        • Household of two: $14,625 for free meals; $20,813 for reduced meals.

        • Household of three: $18,395 for free meals; $26,178 for reduced meals.

        • Household of four: $22,165 for free meals; $31,543 for reduced meals.

        • Household of five: $25,935 for free meals; $36,098 for reduced meals.

        • Household of six: $29,705 for free meals; $42,273 for reduced meals.

        • Household of seven: $33,475 for free meals; $47,638 for reduced meals.

        • Household of eight: $37,245 for free meals; $53,003 for reduced meals.

        Each additional household member adds $3,770 to the maximum income required for free meals and $5,365 for the maximum income required for reduced meals.

        Families with questions can call the district's Food Service Office at 369-4610.

       



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