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Georgia P-EBT

The P-EBT program is administered by the Georgia Department of Family Children Services (DFCS). During the 2020-2021 school year, all students enrolled in Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) school sites receive P-EBT benefits. DFCS has issued P-EBT benefits for CEP students who had not requested their benefit card during the initial P-EBT rollout.


Eligible free and reduced-priced meal students (applications/Direct Certification) enrolled in Non-CEP schools for SY2020-2021 will receive the 2020-2021 P-EBT benefits. If the free and reduced household application was not completed or the student did not qualify for free or reduced meals in 2020-2021, the student will not receive the 2020-2021 P-EBT benefits.

Below is a list of the 2020-2021 Non-CEP school sites.


  1. Bolton
  2. Brandon Elementary/Primary
  3. Burgess-Peterson
  4. Garden Hills
  5. Jackson Elementary/Primary
  6. Mary Lin
  7. Morningside
  8. Parkside
  9. Rivers
  10. Smith Elementary/Primary
  11. Springdale Park
  12. Toomer


  1. David T. Howard
  2. Sutton


  1. Maynard Jackson
  2. Midtown
  3. North Atlanta

APS Food-Service Charter/Partnership

  1. Drew Elementary
  2. Drew JA/SA
  3. Wesley International 

Parents are currently receiving P-EBT cards in the mail for their students for the reimbursement value for school meals missed during SY2020-2021 during the COVID-19 school shut-down. Per DFCS, P-EBT benefits are non-transferable and cannot be shared with others that need assistance but are not eligible for P-EBT. Families not interested in receiving P-EBT should destroy their P-EBT cards.


Parents may contact DFCS at 855-501-INFO (4636) with any P-EBT questions or visit