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The Woodbury City Public School District participates in the National School Lunch Program. All menu items are in compliance with the standards set forth by the USDA Food and Nutrition Service.
The district offers free breakfast to all school children in Kindergarten to 12th grades. Breakfast is served in the classroom in the elementary schools and between the changing of classes in the Junior-Senior High School.
The district provides a nutritionally balanced meals each any every school day. The National School Lunch Program dictates the current standards of nutritional requirements. A complete guide can be found on the National School Lunch Programs website.
Each year, the USDA sets eligibility criteria to qualify for free and reduced meals. The school district sends out a letter to parents during the summer with the application. If you have not received this information you can apply now and return your application to the following:
Woodbury City Public School District
25 N. Broad Street
Woodbury, NJ 08096
The school district supplies an online portal for parents to view their child's eating habits and to monitor funds put into a child's account.
A parent has three methods of applying funds to a child's account: