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Meal Application

The Meal Application is about a great deal more than the free and reduced cost meals provided by our
school. In fact, the usage of the application provides funding that is CRITICAL to your child’s success.
Some examples are:
  • Student support and parent outreach for post-secondary planning (College and Career Center)
  • Fee waivers for SAT and ACT exams; reduced fees for AP testing
  • Availability of SAT prep classes
  • Classroom materials to support core curriculum and development of student success skills
  • Classroom equipment and technology
  • Various other programs to support student achievement
For the many reasons listed above, we encourage you to submit a completed meal application.
Online Meal Application
You can now submit a meal application online. The online application will be processed within 24 hours, and you will no longer have to complete and return a paper application to the Nutrtion Office. By clicking on the link you can access the online meal application. APPLY NOW
In order to complete the application you will need: 
  • Names, Birthdates, and ID Numbers, for all BCCHS students including any income information for them, if they have an income.
  • Names of all other household members with their income information.
  • Last 4 digits of the Social Security Number of person submitting the application or indicate “I do not have one” if you do not have a Social Security Number.
  • Just follow the instructions and provide the information being requested.
  • Lastly after the final review, click on the submit tab and finish the application.
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Nutrition office at (818)758-6523 or (818)305-6411
If you need to request a paper application please email
*You can locate your STUDENT ID # in the AERIES Parent Portal. 
Please refer to the images for assistance.
If you need help completing an online meal application, we can assist you remotely!
Please click the link below to establish a remote connection:
Meal Application
If you need to request a paper application please email
or visit the cafeteria. An original application must be completed as each has a unique control number and cannot be duplicated.
We are currently NOT accepting emailed or faxed copies of the meal application.
Solicitud de Papel Para Comidas Gratis o Precio Reducido
Spanish Meal App
Si necesita un solicitud en papel envie un correo electronicio a o visite nuestra cafeteria. Se debe completar una solicitud original ya que cada una tiene un numero de control unico y no se puede duplicar. 
Actualmente NO estamos aceptando copias de la solicitud enviadas por correo electronico o fax.
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