Free school meals for students

See below for a list of schools that are eligible to receive free breakfast and lunch each day of the 2018-2019 school year.


Students enrolled in the Calcasieu Parish schools listed here are eligible to receive a free breakfast and lunch each day of the 2018-2019 school year, according to the Calcasieu Parish School Board. Parents and guardians do not need to submit a meal application or take any further action to ensure that their children get these meals. Through the Community Eligibility Provision, schools that predominantly serve low-income children are able to offer free school meals to all students, regardless of income.

Elementary schools

• Barbe

Brenda Hunter Head Start


Jessie D. Clifton

College Oaks

D.A. Combre


DeQuincy Primary

E.K. Key


Henry Heights

W.T Henning


Jake Drost Special School

J.J. Johnson

M. J. Kaufman

J. F. Kennedy

J. F. Kennedy

Oak Park

R.W. Vincent


J.I. Watson

• T. H. Watkins

Western Heights

Pearl Watson

Ralph F. Wilson

Middle schools

• LeBlanc Middle


Oak Park


F.K. White

High schools

• LaGrange

• Starks

• Washington-Marion Magnet

Source: Calcasieu Parish School Board

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