· Bromley East Charter School is now part of School District 27J Nutrition Services program. It is no longer required to complete a separate application for Bromley East students.
· Please complete only ONE application per family even if you have children attending more than one school.
· A new application must be completed every school year. If you choose not to complete an application, your children must pay full price for their meals.
· DO NOT complete an application if you have received a Direct Certification Notice in the mail. Please read the letter you received carefully that it is for the 2016-2017 school year and follow the instructions. Enclosed with that letter should be a 2016-2017 School Fees Waiver Form. Please complete the waiver form and return it to your children’s school or the Nutrition Services office in order to share your information to waive any eligible school fees. If any children in your household were missing from your eligibility notification, contact School District 27J Nutrition Services, 630 South 8th Avenue, Brighton, CO 80601, (303)655-2986 immediately.
· Please note that the format of the 2016-2017 Application for Free and Reduced Price School Meals has changed.
èThe application is now 2 pages, we are unable to process applications that are not complete.
èStep 5 (School Fees) on the application must be completed in order to allow School District 27J Nutrition Services to share your information to waive eligible school fees.
èOptional Section – you now have the option to select how you would like to receive your determination letter. You may receive your determination letter either by postal mail or e-mail. You must select only one option, if both are selected the letter will only be e-mailed. If neither option is checked it will be sent by postal mail.
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