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Free and Reduced-Price Family Meals

Students need healthy meals to learn. Forest Hills offers healthy meals to every student every school day; children in households receiving benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Ohio Works First (OWF) benefits can receive free school meals regardless of income. Children can also receive free meals if the household’s gross income is within the free limits on the Federal Income Guidelines.

2015 Federal Income Guidelines

Household Size

Annual        

Monthly       

Twice Per Month    

Every Two Weeks  

Weekly

1

$15,301    

$1,276     

$638  

$589

$295

2

$20,709

$1,726

$863

$797

$399

3

$26,117

$2,177

$1,089

$1,005

$503

4

$31,525

$2,628

$1,314

$1,213

$607

5

$36,933

$3,078

$1,539

$1,421

$711

6

$42,341

$3,529

$1,765

$1,629

$815

7

$47,749

$3,980

$1,990

$1,837

$919

8

$53,157

$4,430

$2,215

$2,045

$1,023

Each additional person:   

+$5,408     

+$451  

+$226

+$208

+$104


Families can securely apply online for Free and Reduced-Price Family Meals at any point during the school year. By applying online, parents will receive an immediate response regarding qualification. (Paper applications are available in the Food Service Department, 7600 Forest Road). Parents must reapply every school year for Free and Reduced-Price Family Meals. To avoid disruption from a previous school year, parents must apply within the first 30 days of the new school year.  

Apply for Free and Reduced-Price School Meals (need student’s ID number)
Online Application Guide