Baldwyn School District is now offering TITAN School Solutions as an option for paying for student meal accounts. To sign up or for more information please download the TITAN Family Connect app on your smart device or visit https://family.titank12.com to create an online account and link your student(s).
Steps to create an online account with TITAN School Solutions include
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Baldwyn Schools offers free meals to all students through 2020
Baldwyn School District is excited to announce that all students in grades kindergarten through twelfth grade will receive free meals at school now through December 31, 2020.
This opportunity was made possible by the U.S. Department of Agriculture extending it’s Summer Food Service Program that began with the COVID-19 pandemic crisis in the spring. This change will address the issues of meal counting and eligibility related to the various learning models being utilized. USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) is extending the following waivers for the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) and Seamless Summer Option (SSO) through the end of 2020, or until available funding runs out:
Allowing SFSP and SSO meals to be served in all areas and at no cost;
Permitting meals to be served outside of the typically-required group settings and meal times;
Waiving meal pattern requirements as necessary; and
Allowing parents and guardians to pick-up meals for their children.
“This is a very positive impact on our students during this continued pandemic. Our lunchroom staff has done a terrific job since the spring helping us provide nutritious meals to our students and children in the community during these difficult times,”BSD Nutrition Director Britnni Buchanan noted.
“We are so excited to have the resources to continue to provide these services to all students this year. This opportunity makes it easier on our staff and the families of our students.”
Breakfast and lunch will look different this year, however. To continue reducing the spread of COVID-19, students will be instructed to grab meals and go to the classroom to eat. This instruction will help keep less large numbers of students congested together.
At-home virtual learners can have their daily breakfast and lunch picked up at the schools' cafeterias between 9-10 a.m. each week day school is open.
"This is an unprecedented move by our country providing positive steps that relieves some pressure off families by helping provide meals during these difficult times," Superintendent Jason McKay said.
2020-2021 REVISED Lunch Room Prices
NOTE: ALL students eat FREE through Dec. 31, 2020 (UPDATED 9/8/20)
Student Regular Price- $1.25
Student Reduced Price- $0.30
Adult Price- $2.00
Student Regular Price- $3.00
Student Reduced Price- $0.40
Adult Price- $4.00