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School Lunch Programs not under Public Charge rule - Fremont Unified welcomes all-comers regardless of immigration status
Posted 2/24/20

PLEASE NOTE: FUSD Child Nutrition/School Lunch Programs are not considered public benefits that could impact an individual's immigration status. Please continue to complete meal applications and alternative meal forms. Amended federal regulations known as the Public Charge rule look at other aid such as Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, housing assistance, and Medicaid.
Read More: Letter from Tony Thurmond, California State Superintendent of Public Instruction | Resources on Public Charge

Fremont Unified welcomes and supports all-comers regardless of immigration status. We pledge to teach and care for our students and provide the very best education they deserve. The district does not collect or require any information regarding immigration or citizenship and, therefore, will not respond to any requests for such information by governmental authorities or the media.