Free & Reduced Price Lunch Program

Free/Reduced Price School Meals and Textbook Assistance

Bishop Chatard participates in the National School Lunch Program which provides free or reduced-priced breakfast and lunch to those students who qualify. Any parent who believes a student may qualify for this program and other benefits it offers, such as textbook assistance, may apply.

A new application must be completed each year to be included in the program. If your situation changes, applications can be made at any time throughout the school year. If a student qualifies for free/reduced lunches, he/she automatically qualifies for textbook assistance.

College Fee Waivers

Those who qualify for free/reduced school meals are encouraged to contact BCHS College Counselor Pam Nixon (pnixon@bishopchatard.org) for information about SAT/ACT test fee waivers and possible college application waivers.

To apply to the Free/Reduced School Meal Program

Application can be made online through our online lunch software, MyMealTime.com. To complete an application:

  1. Go to MyMealTime.com, Free Reduced Lunch Application MyMealTime - Meal Assistance Logo
  2. If you already have a MyMealtime account, log-in and click on Free & Reduced Applications.
  3. If you do not have a MyMealtime account, you will need to create one by clicking on 'Create New Profile.'
  4. Complete the application as directed.

If you need a paper application or have any questions, please contact Brenda Henry, Cafeteria Manager, at 317-251-1451, Ext. 2240 or bhenry@bishopchatard.org

How to setup your MyMealTime Account

>> USDA Non-Discrimination Statement on the doe.in.gov website

Summer Programs

The Summer Food Program for Children (SFSP) serves meals to children when the National School Lunch/Breakfast Program is not available. 2018 locations for the program will be published in May/June.

Visit doe.in.gov for details about the program

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