Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) Exam Fee Subsidy Program

# Income Eligibility Guidelines

(Effective July 1, 2018 — June 30, 2019)

## For School Use Only - Do Not Send to Households!

Free Meals (130%) Reduced Price Meals (185%) Household Size Year Month Twice per Month Every Two Weeks Week Year Month Twice per Month 1 \$15,782 \$1,316 \$658 \$607 \$304 \$22,459 \$1,872 \$936 \$864 \$432 2 21,398 1,784 892 823 412 30,451 2,538 1,269 1,172 586 3 27,014 2,252 1,126 1,039 520 38,443 3,204 1,602 1,479 740 4 32,630 2,720 1,360 1,255 628 46,435 3,870 1,935 1,786 893 5 38,246 3,188 1,594 1,471 736 54,427 4,536 2,268 2,094 1,047 6 43,862 3,656 1,828 1,687 844 62,419 5,202 2,601 2,401 1,201 7 49,478 4,124 2,062 1,903 952 70,411 5,868 2,934 2,709 1,355 8 55,094 4,592 2,296 2,119 1,060 78,403 6,534 3,267 3,016 1,508 Each additional family member, add +5,616 +468 +234 +216 +108 +7,992 +666 +333 +308 +154

## Calculating Household Income

• If there is only one source of income or if all sources are received in the same frequency, no conversion is required.
• If there are multiple income sources with more than one frequency, the LEA must annualize all income by multiplying:
• Weekly income by 52;
• Bi-weekly income (received every two weeks) by 26;
• Semi-monthly income (received twice a month) by 24;
• Monthly income by 12.
• Do not round the values resulting from each conversion.
• Add all of the un-rounded converted values and compare the un-rounded converted total to the appropriate IEG for annual income for the household size.
• Refer to pages 50–52 in the Eligibility Manual for School Meals (July 2017) for more information.