Information about pandemic benefits for free and reduced students can be found at this link. It is not too late for families to apply for eligibility. Applications for the 2019-2020 will be accepted through June 3, 2020. Paper applications can be picked up / dropped off at the front door of the middle school (121 Hunt Street). Please note that a new 2020-2021 application will be required for next year.
Puede encontrar información sobre los beneficios de la pandemia para estudiantes gratuitos y de precio reducido en este enlace. No es demasiado tarde para que las familias soliciten la elegibilidad. Las solicitudes para el 2019-2020 serán aceptadas hasta el 3 de junio de 2020. Puede imprimir una solicitud o recoger / dejar una solicitud en papel en la puerta principal de la escuela secundaria (121 Hunt Street). Tenga en cuenta que se requerirá una nueva aplicación 2020-2021 para el próximo año..
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