All SAS students are eligible for school bus and/or metro-rail transportation if the distance between the home and the assigned SAS campus exceeds two miles. Students who live south of SW 152 Street or north of Flagler Street may not be eligible for transportation to the Kendall Campus. Special provisions are made for Special Education students. Those students who choose to drive themselves to campus may purchase a MDC student parking decal.
If you have questions about your particular transportation availability, contact your assigned campus.
All SAS Campuses receive daily deliveries of both breakfast and lunch from MDCPS Department of Food and Nutrition. In addition, all Miami Dade College Campuses have on-site facilities from which students may purchase food.
The National School Breakfast Program was enacted to ensure that school children are being served a nutritious breakfast daily. Miami-Dade County Public Schools offers breakfast at no charge to all M-DCPS Students. The breakfast at no charge is not dependent on the student qualifying for free/reduced meals at lunch.
Free/Reduced Lunch Program
The National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs as administered by Miami-Dade County Public Schools provides free and reduced priced meals for children unable to pay the full price. Applications must be filled out every school year; forms are sent to all homes with a letter to parents or guardians the first week of school. Meal benefits begin on the day the application is approved and continue throughout the school year in which the application is approved, the summer, and approximately the first twenty days of next school year.
All Students No charge
Reduced Price, Students $0.40
Florida Department of Health Reports for SAS and MDC: