If you are the parent of a student receiving free or reduced-priced lunches, you could possibly be eligible for the Pandemic EBT card.

According to NewsWest 9, parents who are considered low-income families and have a student who received free or reduced price lunches, you might be eligible for a $285 Pandemic EBT card.

The card is being sent out for students who missed out on the program during school closures in the spring and possible school closures for fall.

For information on applying for the Pandemic EBT Card, call the Food and Research Action Center at 1-833-613-6220.