GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) – On July 11, enrollment will begin for Greeneville City Schools’ Free and Reduced Meal Programs.

A release from the school system states that since the United States Department of Agriculture can no longer provide no-cost meal waivers, the services will operate as it did before the COVID-19 pandemic.

Greeneville City Schools (GCS) announced there will be changes to the School Nutrition Program in the 2022-2023 school year. Chiefly, GCS states that meals will not be provided for free to all students – only those who are enrolled in Community Eligibility Provision or if they qualify by other means.

Any child that seeks eligibility for free or reduced-cost meals must have a parent apply based on household income.

More details on how to qualify can be found in the release below:

GCS states that meals will only be given to students on school days.