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Provision Schools



Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) is a provision from the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 that allows schools with high poverty rates to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students regardless of individual household eligibility. CEP determines eligibility for school meals using information from other means-tested programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families.

Provision 1,2, and 3

Section 11(a)(1) of the National School Lunch Act provides three alternative provisions for participating schools to serve meals to all participating students at no charge.

Schools implementing the provision have experienced great success, allowing them to make numerous improvements to their school nutrition programs.

  • Easing administrative burden.  Provision status allows eligible schools to provide breakfast and lunch to all students at no charge, without collecting school meal applications or monitoring eligibility when serving meals.
  • Increasing participation.  All children at Provision schools receive meals at no charge, incentivizing participation.
  • Improving efficiency. Provision status helps lunch lines move more quickly, allowing children more time to enjoy their meal.
  • Eliminating stigma.  Because all students eat at no charge, no child at a Provision school will ever be singled out among peers as receiving a subsidized meal, receive an "alternate" meal, or be denied a meal.
  • Fighting child hunger.  Children attending Provision schools can count on two nutritious meals every school day, stretching families' limited budgets and reducing hunger among children.

High Schools

Biltmore Cont Desert Rose Alt HS Sandy Valley HS
Burk Horizon SW Alt HS Indian Springs HS Silverado HS
Centennial HS Jeffrey Behavior South Cont MS/HS
Cowan Behavior Peterson Behavior  



Middle Schools

Brown MS                   Miley SEC   Southwest Behavior
Fremont MS Orr MS  
Indian Springs MS    Sandy Valley MS      



Elementary Schools

Adcock ES Herron ES    Reid ES
Bailey ES                      Hewetson ES                    Ronnow ES
Beatty ES Hill ES Ronzone ES
Bell ES Hollingsworth ES Roundy ES
Bennett ES Hummel ES Rowe ES
Bilbray ES Indian Springs ES Sandy Valley ES
Booker ES Jeffers ES Scherkenbach ES
Cahlan ES Kahre ES Sewell ES
Cambiero ES Keller ES Smith, Hal ES
Carson ES Kelly ES Squires ES
Cortez ES King, Martha P ES Stanford ES
Cox, Clyde ES King, ML ES Sunrise Acres ES
Cox, David ES Lake ES Roberts ES
Cozine ES Lincoln ES Tartan ES
Craig ES Long ES Tate ES
Cunningham ES Lowman ES Taylor, Robert ES
Darnell ES Lunt ES Thomas ES
Dearing ES Lynch ES Tobler ES
Decker ES Manch ES Triggs ES
Detwiller ES Martinez ES Twin Lakes ES
Diaz ES McCall ES Ullom ES
Dooley ES McMillan ES Vegas Verdes ES
Earl, Ira ES McWilliams ES Ward, Gene ES
Edwards ES Miley ES Warren ES
Eisenberg ES Mitchell ES Wasden ES
Fitzgerald ES Moore ES Whitney ES
Fong ES Newton ES Williams, Tom ES
Fyfe ES Paradise ES Williams, Wendell ES
Goodsprings ES Park ES Woolley ES
Gragson ES Petersen ES Wynn ES
Gray ES Pittman ES  
Hayes ES Reed ES  



Clark County School District is participating in the Community Eligibility

Provision (CEP) for the 2016-2017 school year.  Section 104(a) of the Healthy, Hungry Free Kids Act of 2010 amended section 11(a)(1) of the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act (42 U.S.C. 1759a(a)(1)(the law) to provide an alternative to household applications for free and reduced-price meals in local educational agencies (LEAs) and schools with increased levels of low-income students.  This alternative is referred to as the Community Eligibility Provision.  All students enrolled in the school may participate in the breakfast and lunch program at no charge to them.  All students in the above schools may participate in the breakfast and lunch program at no charge to their household each day of the SY2016-2017.  Meal applications are not required for students attending these schools.

Clark County School District Provision 2 Schools

The Clark County School District Food Service Department is announcing an amendement to its policy for serving meals to students under the National School Lunch / School Breakfast Programs for the 2016-2017 school year.  All students will be served lunch/breakfast at no charge at the Provision 2 sites.