Coweta County schools will begin the new school year with regular school breakfasts and lunches for students – and a return to pre-pandemic meal prices.
Breakfast for elementary, middle and high school students will be $1, while elementary lunches will be $2.80 and middle/high lunches will be $3.05.
Parents can pay online for their children’s meals using Meal Pay Plus, or they can apply for their children to receive free or reduced price meals.
“I am excited about starting a new school year again, and returning to a normal school year that feels fresh and free and exciting,” said Robin Goad, the school system’s new school nutrition coordinator.
Coweta Schools’ food service program is self-supporting, with costs for cafeterias and meals covered by regular-priced meal sales and federal assistance through the National School Lunch Program, which provides free and reduced-price school meals for qualifying students.
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