Breakfast & Lunch Options

Families are urged to complete the  Free and Reduced Lunch Application  each year when it opens on July 1st. Qualifying for free or reduced lunch also provides a discount when purchasing uniforms on on-campus uniform sale dates.


Family Empowerment Scholarship

School Choice Scholarship Options for Eligible Students Florida provides several school choice scholarship options for K-12 students.

Family Empowerment Scholarship for Students with Unique Abilities

Students with disabilities may (1) enroll in another public school within the district and have the district provide transportation; (2) enroll in a public school in an adjacent school district that has available space; or (3) receive funds for private school tuition and fees, tutoring, and other approved learning services and materials. 

Family Empowerment Scholarship for Educational Options

Students who meet family income or other criteria may receive funds to attend a participating private school or for transportation to attend another public school.
Information on these programs, including eligibility requirements, is available at The Florida Department of Education School Choice Office can be contacted at (800) 447-1636 or


Florida’s McKinney-Vento Program


If you or someone you know is experiencing housing transition, there may be support that we can provide. The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act of 2001 defines homelessness (families in transition) as those lacking a fixed, regular, or adequate nighttime residence. This definition includes children (PreK-12) sharing the housing of other persons (doubled-up) due to their family's loss of housing, economic hardship, pandemic, or similar reasons. The primary nighttime residence of students experiencing homelessness may include hotels, motels, trailer parks, camping grounds, emergency or transitional shelters, cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings. Our school policy outlines resources available in our approved Homeless Education Program.

If you would like additional information or assistance, please contact Dr. Tammy Bresnahan, Director, Curriculum, Instruction, and Professional Learning at 561-297-3204.