The Michigan Department of Education released Wednesday the annual household income guidelines for free or reduced lunch and free milk for Michigan families -- including those in the .
The guidelines were established by the United States Department of Agriculture and apply to school districts throughout Michigan.
About 27 percent of students in Trenton Public Schools receive free or reduced lunch, which makes up about 680 students at all grade levels.
The income guidelines are effective from July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013.
Here are the scales for free meals or free milk and reduced price meals provided by the Michigan Department of Education:
Free Meals or Free MilkTotal Family Size Annual Income 1
*For each additional family member add $5,148.
Reduced Price MealsTotal Family Size Annual Income 1
* For each additional family member add $7,326.
For more information contact the Trenton Public Schools Board of Education 734-676-8600.