"It's on me, Meals are free!" one breakfast and one lunch free per student every school day regardless of income
Burchfield Primary School and Egling Middle School
Colusa High School
Here at CUSD we utilize the meal system called TITAN School Solutions, where you can make online payments for your students’ second meals (one breakfast and one lunch is free per day), or other a la carte and snack bar items from the high school, connect your students accounts, and apply for free or reduced meals online. To create an account, click on "TITAN Family" below. Once there, click on “Sign up Today!” to begin the process of making a new account. TITAN Family
Applying for meal benefits - Good for families and for our schools
Field trip form for colusa unified school district staff
Food allergy? food sensitity? alternative meal?
- Print Form
- Have child's doctor fill out and sign form
- Return completed form to Director of Nutrition Services (drop off or mail: 745 10th St., Colusa, CA. 95932; scan and email: firstname.lastname@example.org). Make sure to include your name and contact information. Keep a copy for yourself.
- Once the form is received, it will be reviewed and the Director of Nutrition Services will call you to go over the meal plan.
What makes a meal?
- Attended a school that participated in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), School Breakfast Program (SBP), or Seamless Summer Option (SSO), in SY 2021–22
- Student eligibility:
- Determined eligible in SY 2021–22 or SY 2020–21 for free or reduced-price meals through meal application, alternative income form, direct certification, or designation as homeless, migrant, or foster;
- Missed in-person instruction through excused absences for five school days or more in a month, or attended school virtually through an IS program
- Enrolled for at least one day in May 2022 in a school that participated in the NSLP, SBP, or SSO in SY 2021-22
- Student eligibility:
- Determined eligible in SY 2021–22 for free or reduced-price meals through meal application, alternative income form, direct certification, or designation as homeless, migrant, or foster;
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