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School Meal Money Heads Home 

State leaders are making more grocery money available to those who normally receive free meals at home

With the vast majority of students in Oregon continuing to live, study—and eat—at home, state leaders are making more grocery money available to those who normally receive free meals at home.

Students who receive no-cost meals through the U.S. School Lunch program will qualify for additional Pandemic EBT benefits, which were scheduled to be credited to people's existing Oregon EBT cards as early as Sept. 28. Officials estimate that more than 300,000 Oregon students will receive additional funds—up to $176, depending on their school's start date.

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Many families eligible for P-EBT are also eligible for food assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. People can check eligibility and apply at Meanwhile, school grab-and-go meals will continue.

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