Hot Lunch Program

St. Sebastian Catholic School students may bring their own lunches or they may participate in the National School Hot Lunch Program administered by the Archdiocese of Detroit.  The lunch menu and the order form for lunch and milk are sent home monthly.  The Hot Lunch Program begins in September.   Parents pre-order and pre-pay for the lunches on a monthly basis.  Students in Preschool through 8th grade eat their lunches in the classroom supervised by an adult volunteer.  More information about becoming a volunteer lunch supervisor can be provided by contacting the lunch supervisor chairperson, the school office or the Parent Teacher Guild (PTG).

Free and Reduced Price School Meals

At the beginning of the school year, applications for free and reduced price lunches are distributed to students.  Families may also apply any time during the school year.  Applications are available throughout the school year at the school office.  Families who are earning at or below current Income Eligibility Guidelines are encouraged to apply.   Children automatically qualify for free school meals whose families are receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits.  The school processes applications and issues an eligibility determination.  Families are encouraged to apply.

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3997 Merrick
Dearborn Heights, MI

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