2022-2023 Free & Reduced-Price Meal Applications will NOT be mailed to households this year.
The 2022-2023 Free and Reduced-Price Meal application is now available online. Pitt County Schools students receiving FNS (formerly food stamps), Work First Cash Assistance or FDPIR benefits may have already been Directly Certified. If you receive a letter stating that your student(s) is approved for free meals, you do not need to complete an application. Households will need to complete an application if you do not receive an approval letter or if all Pitt County students in your household are not listed on your approval letter.
2022-2023 Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) Schools
The following schools will be participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) for the 2022-2023 school year.
Students at these schools will automatically receive breakfast and lunch at no cost. No application is needed for students attending CEP schools.
However, if you have children attending a school other than the CEP schools listed below, please complete an application for those students. Students attending a CEP school must be listed as family members in Part I on these applications with their school, birth date, grade and income or no income listed. They have to be included as part of your household.
|CEP School Name|
|Ayden Grifton High|
|C.M. Eppes Middle|
|E.B. Aycock Middle|
|Farmville Central High|
|H.B. Sugg Elementary|
|North Pitt High|
|PCS Early College|
|Sadie Saulter School|
|Sam D. Bundy Elementary|
|South Greenville Elementary|
|Wahl Coates Elementary|
All other households wishing to apply for free or reduced-priced meal benefits will need to complete an application. As a reminder, your household only needs to complete 1 application that includes all students.
Here’s how you can get your application form:
•Download an application by clicking here, complete and mail or bring to:
Pitt County Schools
School Nutrition Services
1717 West Fifth Street
Greenville, NC 27834
•Please click here to download the Spanish version.
Click here to download the Free and Reduced Program information in Spanish.
This institution is an equal-opportunity provider.