NEW: Free Meal Waiver Set to Expire in June 2022
Child Nutrition waivers implemented by the federal government during the COVID-19 pandemic are set to expire this summer. One of the most important waivers was the Seamless Summer Food Program (SSO), which provided all students with free meals, regardless of income status. This waiver is set to expire on June 30, 2022. An extension is possible, but not likely. Please be aware that upon expiration of this waiver, meals will no longer be free to all families. Free and Reduced price meal applications will need to be completed in order to qualify for such meals. The applications will be available to fill out after July 1, 2022.
Mr. Trevor Replogle is a graduate of Northern Bedford County High School. He received his bachelor's degree in elementary education from Shippensburg University and his Master of Education degree and Principal's Certification from Frostburg State University. He was hired as a middle school teacher in 1997, the year the middle school opened. He taught 7th grade science and English before being named as the Middle School/High School Dean of Students in 2002. Mr. Replogle was hired as the Middle School Principal in 2005 and later was appointed as the Elementary School Principal in 2012.