There are two different benefit levels.
The first benefit level is the hybrid learning model (where children were on campus on average 2.5 days per week), these children will receive $6.82 for half of the operating school days for the month.
For example: If there are 20 operating school days in a month, the hybrid benefit for that month will be 10 days x $6.82, for a monthly issuance of $68.20 per child.
The second benefit level is full distance learning (where children were not on campus at all in that month), these children will receive $6.82 for each operating school day for that month.
For example: If there are 20 operating school days in a month, the benefit for that month will be 20 days x $6.82, for a monthly issuance of $136.40 per child.
Children who attended schools that offered full in-person learning will not be eligible for P-EBT, regardless of the leaning model selected by the child's parent or guardian.
This eligibility criteria will be determined on a month-by-month basis and could change between months.
For example: If a school's predominate learning model for the month of December 2020 is full-time distance education, the NSLP eligible child will receive the full-time distance P-EBT benefit for that month. If the same school changes it's predominate model of learning to full in-person education for January 2021, no benefit will be issued for that month.