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jmc Office makes processing free and reduced meal applications and notifying families of the determination results a snap.

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Accept and process free and reduced meal benefit applications right inside jmc Office. Perform all your required tasks from collecting the forms, to determining eligibility for lunch status, to sending the notification letters in just a few minutes. That lunch status is used all the way to the lunch line Point of Sale to automatically charge students the correct meal price for accurate state reporting.

Determine Free or Reduced Lunch Status

Determine eligibility for free and reduced price meal benefits based upon federal income eligibility guidelines. Simply enter income data and household size into the correct fields and a free and reduced lunch status determination is quickly made, eliminating the need for manual calculations.

Eligibility Notification Letter

Generate eligibility notifications or changes to a family's lunch status and their dependents including pertinent details such as reason for denial or current meal prices.

Direct Certification Import

Import state-specific direct certification data from your department of education. The direct certification data import is used to import a file of Direct Certification records that may be available to you from your state department, eliminating the need to process individual family applications for those families.

Direct Certification Notification Letter

Upon completion of the Direct Certification import, a summary is shown on the page. Included in the summary is information about records that did and did not import and details about these results.

Meals Application Status

No need to decipher handwriting! Process the online applications submitted through the jmc Family portal, saving you the time of data entry and avoiding mistakes due to typos.

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