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)

    1. 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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