Community Economic Resources
COMMITMENT TO COMMUNITY ECONOMIC RESOURCES
Brigantine Public School District is committed to ensuring that all of our students, regardless of the economic conditions in our geographic area, are provided with all necessary resources to succeed. We are also committed to ensuring that each student is able to fully participate in Brigantine Schools’ extracurricular activities regardless of economic status. Brigantine Schools encourage all families that are eligible to apply for participation in the federal free and reduced lunch program. Participation in this program will provide your student with a free or reduced cost breakfast and lunch.
AFFORDABLE INTERNET AT HOME
You may qualify if you are eligible for public assistance programs such as the National School Lunch Program, Housing Assistance, Medicaid, SNAP, SSI, and others.
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FREE AND REDUCED SCHOOL MEALS
Brigantine Public School District participates in the federal free and reduced school meals program. Families may apply for participation in this program at any time during the year if their economic status has changed. Program eligibility is based upon the current month’s family income including unemployment benefits and severance. A family’s income in the months prior to the date of unemployment is not considered. Below are links to Brigantine Public School District’s free and reduced school meals program applications.
For a confidential appointment with a member of Brigantine Public School District’s staff to discuss eligibility for free and reduced school meals, please contact Mrs. Jeannine Bonanni at 609.264.9501 or at email@example.com.
Brigantine Public School District’s Guidance Counselors, Social Workers, and School Psychologists are available to assist all of our students, including those who may be experiencing anxiety as a result of transitions due to changes in their parents’/guardians’ employment status.
DISPLACED AND HOMELESS CONTACT
If a student is or becomes homeless or displaced, please call our district's Homeless Liaison, Esther Brahmi, at (609) 266-2877 extension 3. The homeless liaison and school district staff will assist homeless/displaced students with student-related services.
The State of NJ and the Atlantic County Department of Family and Community Development links are below. Here you will find useful contacts and resources available to residents.
The Atlantic Homeless Alliance (AHA) has been developed to assist individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in Atlantic County. AHA staff develops a personalized support plan with the primary goal of addressing concerns and challenges relating to homelessness. For more information regarding services and resources that the Atlantic Homeless Alliance provides, please visit the website listed.