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Escambia County School District Food Services  2022-2023 Meal Applications 
Posted 7/27/22

Due to the expiration of the national waiver providing all students with free meals, applications are required for the upcoming school year for parents who believe their student(s) may be eligible for free or reduced priced meals. 

Applications will be available online July 27, 2022. To avoid processing delays, please submit an online application as soon as possible by clicking the link: https://www.myschoolapps.com. 

Parents should plan on providing their child with money for their meals until eligibility is established to avoid creating a deficit in their account. Funds can be added to student accounts online at myschoolbucks.com. 

Meal applications will be required at the following sites: 

Elementary Schools: Beulah Elementary, Blue Angels Elementary, Cook Elementary, Cordova Park Elementary, Hellen Caro Elementary, Kingsfield Elementary, and Suter Elementary. 

Middle Schools: Brown Barge Middle, and Ransom Middle. 

High Schools: Tate High, and West Florida High. 

Escambia County School District will continue participation in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the following sites for the 2022-2023 school year. All students will be served breakfast and lunch at no charge. 

Elementary Schools: Bellview Elementary, Bratt Elementary, Brentwood Elementary, C.A. Weis Elementary, Ensley Elementary, Ferry Pass Elementary, Global Learning Academy, Holm Elementary, Jim Allen Elementary, Lincoln Park Elementary, Lipscomb Elementary, Longleaf Elementary, McArthur Elementary, Molino Park Elementary, Montclair Elementary, Myrtle Grove Elementary, Navy Point Elementary, Oakcrest Elementary, Pine Meadow Elementary, Pleasant Grove Elementary, Scenic Heights Elementary, O.J. Semmes Elementary, Sherwood Elementary, Warrington Elementary, and West Pensacola Elementary. 

Middle Schools: Bailey Middle, Bellview Middle, Beulah Middle, Ernest Ward Middle, Ferry Pass Middle, Warrington Middle, and Workman Middle. 

High Schools: Escambia High, Northview High, Pensacola High, Pine Forest High, and Washington High. 

Alternative Education/Centers/Charters: Achieve Academy, Byrneville Charter, Capstone, Escambia Westgate Center, Hope Horizon, Jacqueline Harris Preparatory Academy, and Success Academy. 

The CEP provision means that parents of the students at these schools are not required to submit an application for the Free and Reduced Lunch program at that school. 

For additional information about ECSD School Food Services, please visit and LIKE their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ecsd.foodservices/. 

 

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