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Free and Reduced Price Lunch


PPS Families: Options for All PPS Families Who Need Help with Food

Next Food Delivery Will Be Tuesday, June 9

Princeton Public Schools would like to help all PPS families who are experiencing food insecurity.

If you family does not qualify for free and reduced lunch but your child needs breakfast and lunch during the COVID-19 period, please email the student's name and address to

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

PPS had another success Tuesday Food Distribution Day with food for breakfast and lunch provided from the PPS program and dinners provided gratis from Send Hunger Packing Princeton (SHUPP). The breakfasts and lunches included fresh fruit. The dinner kits included pasta and salad, among other things. The next food delivery day will be June 9, 2020. Please email if you are experiencing food insecurity. 

Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Thank you to K. Lee Dixon, the Transportation Department, our community liaisons, and all those who helped make the May 19 food distribution process a success. If you family does not qualify for free and reduced lunch but your child needs breakfast and lunch during the COVID-19 period, please email the student's name and address to


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Free and Reduced-Price School Meals

All families in the Princeton Public Schools are encouraged to submit an application for free or reduced-price meals. Qualifying families will receive free or reduced-price school meals and schools with high percentages of families who receive these meal benefits will also receive extra funding to support educational programs for students. 


How to apply for free and reduced price lunch meals.
Cómo solicitar almuerzos gratis oa precio reducido.


Income Guidelines 2019-2020
Pautas de ingresos 2019-2020


In order to receive free or reduced-price meals, families need to complete and submit a new application each year. 

Free and Reduced Lunch Application
Solicitud de almuerzo gratis y reducido

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May 15, 2020

Do you know a student who is experiencing food insecurity? Please email for more information.


Weekly Menu for Federal Food Program

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May 12 Weekly Menu: Here are some of the meals offered as part of the May 12 Food Delivery:

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April 28: Weekly Menu

Day 1 (Chicken Burrito with Corn and Black Bean Salad and a Whole Orange)

Protein (Chicken Taco Meat, Cheddar Cheese)

Grain (Tortilla, Brown Rice)

Vegetable (Lettuce, Corn and Black Bean Salad)

Fruit (Whole Orange)

Condiments (Salsa, Sour Cream)

-Breakfast (French Toast Sticks and Syrup with Potatoes and Whole Apple)


Day 2 (Swedish Meatballs with Cooked Broccoli and a Whole Apple)

Protein (Ground Beef)

Grain (Pasta)

Vegetable (Cooked Broccoli)

Fruit (Whole Apple)

-Breakfast (Cheerios and Whole Orange)


Day 3 (Macaroni and Cheese with Ham, a side of Pea, and Whole Orange

Protein (Cheddar Cheese, Diced Turkey Ham)

Grain (Pasta)

Vegetable (Peas)

Fruit (Whole Orange)

-Breakfast (English Muffin with Jelly and Whole Apple)


Day 4 (Chef Salad with Ranch Dressing, Dinner Roll, and Whole Apple)

Protein (Deli Turkey, Deli Turkey Ham, Hard Boiled Egg)

Grain (Dinner Roll)

Vegetable (lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots)

Fruit (Whole Apple)

Condiments (Ranch and Margarine Packet)

-Breakfast (Plain Bagel with Cream Cheese and Whole Orange)


Day 5 (Turkey and Cheese Hoagie, Carrot Sticks, and Whole Orange)

Protein (Deli Turkey and American Cheese)

Grain (5" Hoagie Roll)

Vegetable (Carrot Sticks)

Fruit (Whole Orange)

Condiments (Mayo Packet)

-Breakfast (Pancakes and Syrup with Potatoes and Whole Apple)


Dinner Menu

Turkey with Gravy and Roasted Potatoes

Chicken Cordon Blue over Rice and Green Beans

Baked Ziti and Tomato Cucumber Salad

Veggie Bean Chili and Corn Bread




April Taylor, Business Office