The Lewiston School District has been participating in the extended summer food program. Recently, the District was informed that the program will now be extended until the conclusion of the 2021 school year. This program allows all students who are enrolled in our district to be eligible for a qualifying breakfast and lunch free of charge this school year.

Please note that additional items a student may select beyond the daily qualifying breakfast & lunch , such as additional milk/entrees, will be charged to the student’s account.

Thank you,
Lewiston Independent School District No. 1

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