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You can now complete your Free and Reduced Price Meals Application for the upcoming 2020-21 School Year. When you apply for free or reduced meals, you may qualify for income-eligible services, such as reduced Advanced Placement (AP) test fees, low-cost WIFI, and more! To apply, click here

Beginning Tuesday, August 11th, CNUSD Grab & Go feeding will take place curbside at all CNUSD school sites, on the first day of each week. Students will receive breakfast and lunch for each school day. Meals are no longer free for all students, and students will be charged the free or paid price depending on their eligibility for the school meal program. Students need not be present, but parents and/or students are required to provide valid CNUSD pin numbers for all meals, just as we do during the typical school year. A student may receive only one bag of food per week.  

 

Parents and/or Students can pick up meals at any CNUSD school site, and are not tied to their school of attendance.

 

Prices

Free: $0

Reduced: $0

Paid CNUSD student: $25*

Non-student/or adult: $30*

*exact amount only, cash or check is accepted

Families are encouraged to fill out applications online at CNUSDnutrition.com, but paper applications will be available in your main office and district offices.

Where: In front of the following school sites and between the times:

 
Adams  11:30 AM -  2:00 PM
Anthony 11:30 2:00
Barton 11:30 1:30
Chavez 11:30 1:30
Corona Ranch 11:30 1:00
Coronita 11:30 1:30
Eastvale 11:30 1:30
Eisenhower 11:30 1:00
Foothill 11:30 1:00
Franklin 11:30 1:45
Garretson 11:30 2:00
Harada 11:30 1:40
Highland 11:30 1:30
Home Gardens 11:30 1:40
Jefferson 11:30 1:30
Lincoln 11:30 1:30
McKinley 11:30 1:45
Norco El 11:30 2:00
Orange El 11:30 1:15
Parkridge 11:30 1:30
Parks 11:30 1:30
Prado View 11:30 1:30
Reagan 11:30 1:00
Riverview  11:30 1:15
Rondo 11:30 1:40
Sierra Vista 11:30 2:00
Stallings 11:30 2:00
Temescal 11:30 2:00
Todd 11:30 1:30
Vandermolen 11:30 1:30
Vicentia 11:30 2:00
Washington 11:30 1:30
Wilson 11:30 2:00
Auburndale 11:30 1:30
Citrus Hills 11:30 1:30
Corona Fundamental 11:30 1:30
El Cerrito 11:30 1:30
Ramirez 11:30 1:30
Raney 11:30 1:30
River Heights 11:30 2:00
Centennial 11:30 1:30
Corona High 11:30 1:30
Roosevelt 11:30 1:30
Norco High 11:30 1:30
Santiago 11:30 1:30
JFK 11:00 1:30
Orange Grove 11:14 1:30
Lee Pollard 11:30 1:30

   


Ahora puede completar su solicitud de comidas gratuitas y a precio reducido para el próximo año escolar 2020-21. Si llena una solicitud para comidas gratuitas o reducidas, es posible que califique para recibir servicios elegibles según sus ingresos, como tarifas de prueba de Colocación Avanzada (AP) reducidas, WIFI de bajo costo y mucho más. Para aplicar, haga clic aquí

A partir del martes 11 de agosto, la alimentación Grab & Go de CNUSD se llevará a cabo en la acera en todas las escuelas de CNUSD, el primer día de cada semana. Los estudiantes recibirán desayuno y almuerzo por cada día escolar. Las comidas ya no son gratuitas para todos los estudiantes, y a los estudiantes se les cobrará el precio gratis o pagado según su elegibilidad para el programa de comidas escolares. Los estudiantes no necesitan estar presentes, pero se requiere que los padres y / o estudiantes proporcionen números de PIN válidos del CNUSD para todas las comidas, tal como lo hacemos durante el año escolar típico. Un estudiante puede recibir solo una bolsa de comida por semana.

Los padres y / o estudiantes pueden recoger las comidas en cualquier sitio escolar del CNUSD y no
están vinculados a la escuela a la que asisten.
Precios:
Gratis: $ 0
Reducida: $ 0
Estudiante pagado en CNUSD: $ 25 *
No estudiante / adulto: $ 30 *
* Solo se acepta el monto exacto, se acepta efectivo o cheque
Se anima a las familias a completar las solicitudes en línea en CNUSDnutrition.com, pero las solicitudesen
papel estarán disponibles en la oficina principal y en las oficinas del distrito.
Dónde: En frente de los siguientes sitios escolares:

Adams  11:30 AM -  2:00 PM
Anthony 11:30 2:00
Barton 11:30 1:30
Chavez 11:30 1:30
Corona Ranch 11:30 1:00
Coronita 11:30 1:30
Eastvale 11:30 1:30
Eisenhower 11:30 1:00
Foothill 11:30 1:00
Franklin 11:30 1:45
Garretson 11:30 2:00
Harada 11:30 1:40
Highland 11:30 1:30
Home Gardens 11:30 1:40
Jefferson 11:30 1:30
Lincoln 11:30 1:30
McKinley 11:30 1:45
Norco El 11:30 2:00
Orange El 11:30 1:15
Parkridge 11:30 1:30
Parks 11:30 1:30
Prado View 11:30 1:30
Reagan 11:30 1:00
Riverview  11:30 1:15
Rondo 11:30 1:40
Sierra Vista 11:30 2:00
Stallings 11:30 2:00
Temescal 11:30 2:00
Todd 11:30 1:30
Vandermolen 11:30 1:30
Vicentia 11:30 2:00
Washington 11:30 1:30
Wilson 11:30 2:00
Auburndale 11:30 1:30
Citrus Hills 11:30 1:30
Corona Fundamental 11:30 1:30
El Cerrito 11:30 1:30
Ramirez 11:30 1:30
Raney 11:30 1:30
River Heights 11:30 2:00
Centennial 11:30 1:30
Corona High 11:30 1:30
Roosevelt 11:30 1:30
Norco High 11:30 1:30
Santiago 11:30 1:30
JFK 11:00 1:30
Orange Grove 11:14 1:30
Lee Pollard 11:30 1:30

 


In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race,

color, national origin, sex, religious creed, disability, age, political beliefs, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA. 

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits.  Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339.  Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English.

To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at: How to File a Complaint, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992.  Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by:

(1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture

 Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights

1400 Independence Avenue, SW

Washington, D.C. 20250-9410;

(2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or

(3) email: program.intake@usda.gov.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Si los padres prefieren no traer a sus estudiantes en el automóvil con ellos, les pedimos que traigan una identificación de estudiante para recoger la comida
Si los padres prefieren no traer a sus estudiantes en el automóvil con ellos, les pedimos que traigan una identificación de estudiante para recoger la comida

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