WVU Upward Bound Offers Summer Food Service Program | Electronic News

The Upward Bound Program announced its sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program for its 2022 summer program.

UB will receive USDA reimbursement for meals served to eligible students enrolled in camp. Approximately 40 high school students will participate in the summer program located on the WVU campus from June 13-17. Students will eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at Café Evansdale Monday through Friday, with catering service on Sundays for the duration of the summer program.

A federally funded TRIO program, UB is designed to help high school students overcome barriers to post-secondary education. WVU UB serves 60 students in grades 9-12 from Grafton and Preston High Schools. The summer program is designed to orient students to college life and to help them develop the skills and motivation needed to succeed in high school and college.

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Find a list of the complete SFSP guidelines.

Sfsp income eligibility is based on the following income guidelines:

Guidelines for Determining Student Eligibility

2022 summer dining program

Annual family income Before Deductions

Table of federal revenues for the school year July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022

household size

Annual

Monthly

1

$23,828

$1,986

2

32,227

2,686

3

40,626

3,386

4

49,025

4,086

5

57,424

4,786

6

65,823

5,486

seven

74,222

6,186

8

82,621

6,886

Each additional

8,399

700

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