Free/Reduced Lunch

According to the Florida Department of Education, children living in households that are at 130% of the federal poverty level or lower qualify for free lunch. Households that are 185% of the poverty level qualify for the reduced price rate. This seems to reflect annual growth in the number of children who are at or near poverty in our community. In the 2012-2013 school year 52 percent of children received free or reduced lunch accounting for 14,200 children.


Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts, by Census Tract (2008-2009)

Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts, by Census Tract (2008-2009)

Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts, by Census Tract (2009-2010)

Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts, by Census Tract (2009-2010)

Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts, by Census Tract (2010-2011)

Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts, by Census Tract (2010-2011)

Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts by Census Tract (2011-2012)

Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts by Census Tract (2011-2012)

 

 

Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts, by Census Tract (2012-2013)

Students with Free/Reduced Lunch Counts, by Census Tract (2012-2013)

Count of Students with Free/Reduced Lunch in Alachua County (2008-2013)

Count of Students with Free/Reduced Lunch in Alachua County (2008-2013)

 

 

Rate of Students with Free/Reduced Lunch in Alachua County (2008-2013)

Rate of Students with Free/Reduced Lunch in Alachua County (2008-2013)

Elementary School Students in Alachua County (2012-2013)

Elementary Students Eligible for Free/Reduced Lunch (2012-2013)

Elementary Students Eligible for Free/Reduced Lunch (2012-2013)