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Free School Meals being provided for all Students in Preschool through 8th Grade
Beginning this school year, Bardstown City Schools is providing free breakfast and lunch meals to students in our Early Childhood Center, Primary School, Elementary School, and Middle School.
This is made possible through a federal program that allows eligible schools that participate in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program to implement a new option called the Community Eligibility Provision or CEP.
This is great news for our families because in addition to your child receiving a nutritious breakfast and lunch every school day, you will save money at the same time!
To make this program possible, each family must complete a Household Income Form (HIF). This pink form is being sent home with each student. If you have children in multiple schools, you will receive several forms. You only need to complete one for your household and return it to one school. Please click the link below to view a brief video with tips for completing the form.
If you have questions, please contact Sheila Musick at 308 North Fifth Street, 331-8859, or by e-mail at
Free and Reduced Meal Program at Bardstown High School
The Free and Reduced Meal Program Means More than Free Meals
The Bardstown City School District is fortunate to have many programs and services for students and families including technology, after-school programs, tutoring, and parent education, among others.
We can offer these services without direct cost to the local taxpayer because they are funded all or in part by grants based on the number of students eligible for free and reduced school meals. This information is gathered from the Free or Reduced Priced Meal Application.
If you have a student at Bardstown High School and you think your family may qualify for free or reduced meals at school, please fill out a free or reduced meal application and return it to the school. A new application is needed at the beginning of each school year. All information on this form is kept confidential. The form is available for download on the right side of this page.
Questions about the free or reduced meal program at Bardstown High School should be directed to Greta Cecil, School Nutrition Director, at 331-8812 or e-mail her at
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Greta Cecil
School Nutritional Director
Bardstown City Schools
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308 N Fifth Street
Bardstown, KY 40004
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