Menus & Meal Information

㽶Ƶ participates in the District of Columbia’s National School Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack Program. The program follows USDA meal pattern requirements, rules, and regulations. This school year, we provide breakfast, lunch, and snacks to all students at no cost.

Menus

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Menus Nutritional Information

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If you have any questions or dietary restrictions, don’t hesitate to contact your child’s school.

Food Resources for Families

In addition to providing meals as part of the school day, the 㽶Ƶ meals team has compiled a to support families outside of school hours and during school breaks.

Public Notices

Public Notification of the National School Lunch Program

Public Notification of the Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Program

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Summer 2023 Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) Benefits

ճDistrictissued summerP-EBTbenefits to eligible families on the last day ofJuly,2023. Eligible children will receive the federally approved flat rate of $120 per child.

District of Columbia (DC) children are eligible for Summer 2023P-EBTbenefits under the following circumstances:

1.A student was enrolled, during the month of June 2023, in a school that participated in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) in the 2022-23 school year AND:

  • the school participated in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP);
  • The family applied for Free and Reduced Priced Meals (FARM) before June 30,2023was determined eligible by the School Food Authority (SFA), and eligibility was updated in the Student Information System (SIS) by June 30,2023;
  • Directly certified for FARM (which includes students receiving SNAP and TANF).

School Year 2021-22P-EBTBenefitsfor children under the age of 6

Children who were under the age of 6 on Sept. 30,2023and were part of a household participating in SNAP will receive a monthly benefit of $50.36 per month they were enrolled in SNAP between September 2022 and May 11, 2023, when the Public Health Emergency ended. This amounts to $478.42 if the child was eligible for the maximum time possible.

Because DC offers Pre-K to children as young as three, there are some children who will receive both a school year and summer benefit. This will only happen for children under 6, who were part of a household participating in SNAP during September 2022 – May 11,2023AND the child was also enrolled in a qualifying school and met eligibility criteria during the month of June 2023.

Additional information can be found on thein multiple languages. DHS’s public benefits call center can be reached at (202) 727‑5355, Mon. –Fri., from 7:30 am – 4:45 pm. Additional resources attached include:

  • P-EBT FAQ Answers to other frequently asked questions can be found here:,(Español)(አማርኛ)
  • P-EBT FAQ for School Officials.If after reviewing this FAQ, school nutrition officials need further assistance, please emailLEA.PEBT.help@dc.gov.