The Division of Food Services is proud to offer a variety of delicious, yet healthy, breakfast and lunch choices for the students of the Wayne-Westland Community School District. The lunch program is run with a "point of sale" swipe card system, which reduces the wait time in line, and gives the students more time to enjoy their meals.

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Free & Reduced Lunch and Breakfast

Every family should receive an application for free and reduced meals before the beginning of the school year. One application can be submitted for an entire family. Applications are also available in the school office or by contacting the Food Services Department at (734) 419-2119.

New Application EVERY Year

A new application MUST be submitted each school year. Please remember that you are responsible to pay for meals served until the application is approved. You should receive a letter of determination in the mail after the application is processed.

30 day Grace Period if you are in the SAME district

If your child received free or reduced lunch last year, they will receive a 30 day grace period at the beginning of the new school year ONLY in that same district. If your child did not attend school in this district last year, they are considered a new applicant and will be charged full price for their meals until the new application is approved.

Steps for Submitting Free and Reduced Price School Meals Application:

Free and Reduced Lunch and Breakfast

Every family should receive an application for free and reduced meals before the beginning of the school year. One application can be submitted for an entire family. Applications are also available in the school office or by contacting the Food Services Department at (734) 419-2119.

  • Visit LunchApp.com to fill out our new online application
  • Alternatively, Print the application, Fill out completely, Mail or bring the original copy to any school or the Food Service Office - Do not fax or email application

How to Apply
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mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture
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email: program.intake@usda.gov.

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