SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. — Students in the Social Circle City Schools won’t have to pay for meals in the upcoming school year.

The district is taking part in the Georgia Department of Education School Nutrition Program, which gives schools the chance to offer meals at no charge to all students.

Households are not required to complete meal applications to qualify for no-cost breakfast and lunch.

The Social Circle schools remain an “offer versus serve” nutrition program, offering a selection of entrees, fresh fruit and vegetables. A full meal is at least three of the five components, including at least one vegetable or fruit.

Entrees are counted as two components since they include a grain.

Menus for all schools in the district are available online at http://www.socialcircleschools.com.

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