2022-2023 St. Catherine’s free, reduced lunch request open until September 24


Families and students who attend St. Catherine High School, 1200 Park Ave., can enroll in the free and discounted lunch program. The application for free and reduced meals for the 2022-2023 school year is now open. Applications will be open until September 26, 2022. According to the school, there are no exceptions.

This app is part of the National School Lunch program. Once the application has been processed, you will receive a letter in the mail indicating the benefit received or, if the application has been refused, the reason for the refusal.

Request free and discounted lunch benefits

Those interested in applying should do so as soon as possible. To access the application, use the Magical Meal portal. Once the browser opens, search for Siena Catholic Schools, WI. The next step that needs to be completed is to click on “apply for benefits”.

In addition to requesting free and discounted lunch, students at St. Catherine’s High School can obtain registration and account information. Using the Magical Meal portal will also allow students and families to add money to their students’ meal accounts. Use the “sendmoneytoschool” function to do this.

“Please know that the FDA will NOT be covering the cost of breakfast and lunch this school year, so this app is even more important,” the high school shared on Facebook.

Questions regarding applications for students at St. Catherine’s High School should be directed to Cintia Sanchez at 262-753-1471 or [email protected]

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