Editor’s Note: Washington County, TN Schools issued a release Wednesday stating that some prices had originally been miscalculated in the school system’s first announcement. News Channel 11 has updated this story to reflect the correct totals.

JONESBOROUGH, Tenn. (WJHL) — School meals will cost a little more next school year at Washington County, Tennessee Schools.

The school system announced a rate adjustment that will take effect on July 1.

Breakfast for elementary through high school students will cost 10–30 cents more. Lunch prices will see a 10-cent increase for all ages excluding adult students.

Washington County Schools said the rate adjustment is a result of compliance requirements from the state. Families can apply online for free or reduced lunches at the school system’s website.