Free and Reduced Meals
Woodridge School District 68 offers free and reduced-priced meals to those students whose family meets the income guidelines posted by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). School meals meet the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and the School Breakfast Program (SBP) nutritional standards.
To see if your student qualifies for free or reduced-price school meals, a parent or guardian can submit an application available on your child's online account, at each school office or on our district website. Please note: applications are not available before July 1 annually.
Some families will automatically receive free meal benefits based on information provided by the Illinois Department of Human Services and the Illinois State Board of Education. These families will be notified by the school distict in July. If a family currently receives food stamps or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) and has not been notified by the District, an application may need to be completed.
Families who are eligible for free and reduced meals may also be eligible for discounted internet access
If your family needs assistance with food insecurity at home, please contact West Suburban Community Pantry
Application & Forms
Meal applications are accepted electronically in Skyward Family Access.
Families eligible for free meals through direct certification will receive an email notification from Woodridge 68.
If you did not receive a direct certification notification email, applications will be accepted starting July 5, 2022.
Paper applications may be dropped off at the district office (7925 Janes Avenue) Monday-Thursday through July 28. After July 28, applications should be submitted at your student's school. Please write "Food Service" on your envelope.