We Have Ways of Making You Pay (for School Lunches)

On a military installation, life is different in many ways. For instance, if your kid goes to school at one of the on-installation schools, paying lunch money is a bit more……..draconian.

From an actual email sent to military parents:

The Child Nutrition Department reminds parents and guardians that as the end of the 2012-2013 school year approaches, all student meal accounts must be in a zero or positive balance by close of business May 24th.  Any account in a negative status after May 24th is subject to a wage garnishment thru the DD Form139 process with an additional $50 service fee added to the total wage garnishment.


2 thoughts on “We Have Ways of Making You Pay (for School Lunches)

    • Low income families apply for free or reduced price lunches. The quote in my post applies to individuals who do not qualify for free lunches.

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