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Lunch Program

UCP Charter Schools participate in National School Lunch program and each campus provides a hot lunch each day. Most schools also offer breakfast and snacks. UCP Downtown/BETA Charter School, UCP Pine Hills Charter School, UCP Osceola Charter School, UCP West Orange Charter School, UCP Seminole Charter School and UCP Transitional Learning Academy have been approved to participate in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) under the National School Lunch Program. This means all students at these campuses are eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at no charge. Nothing is required from you to participate. You will be asked to complete a free and reduced lunch application, but this is for record keeping and compliance only. There is no maximum income requirement for your child to receive free meals at schools at these schools. For other campuses – please be sure to complete and return a free and reduced lunch form. Even if you do not wish to participate in the lunch form- this data is important for UCP Charter Schools and our federal fund allocation.   Wellness Policy UCP
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School Uniforms

Uniforms are required for grades Kindergarten through 5th grade. What is allowed under the uniform guidelines?

  • Plain Collared Polo Shirts of
  • Khaki or Navy Blue Shorts or Pants or Skirts and Dresses
  • UCP Charter School Logo shirts are preferred but not required – CLICK HERE to order online
  • For students who have sensory issues – there will be flexibility but the uniform colors should still be maintained (i.e. if they need to wear sweats – they can wear navy sweats). Please be sure to discuss this with your child's teacher or school administrator if you have questions.
Why Uniforms?
  • It eliminates the status of labels and price tags in the classroom.
  • A feeling of oneness and belonging is fostered by equal dress, and further reinforces our full inclusion goals.
  • Uniforms raise students’ expectations of themselves, often leading to calmer, more polite and attentive students.
  • Long-term implementation of a school uniform results in a lessening of financial pressure on parents/you spends less money on clothing.

Title I

UCP Downtown/BETA Charter School, UCP West Orange Charter School, UCP Pine Hills Charter School, UCP Osceola Charter School and UCP Seminole Charter School are all designed as Title I schools.

What is a Title I School?

Title I is a federally funded program designed to address the academic needs of students and to assist them in meeting the state’s high standards, particularly in the areas of reading, writing, science and mathematics. UCP Charter Schools receives funds based upon the number of students who are eligible for free or reduced-price lunch.

What might I see in a Title I School?

  • Additional teachers and paraprofessionals
  • Special learning events
  • Training for parents/families
  • After School Tutoring

Code of Conduct:

UCP Charter Schools follow the district Code of Student Code (specific to the District where the school is located). To conserve resources, schools will not distribute paper copies of the Code of Student Conduct (Code) to every student but is available upon request. Here is links to Code of Conducts according to County:
Orange County Campuses – Code of Conduct (English)
Orange County Campuses – Code of Conduct (Spanish)
Osceola County Campus – Code of Conduct (English)
Osceola County Campus – Code of Conduct (Spanish)
Seminole County Campus – Code of Conduct (English)