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This summer children can enjoy free lunches through Provo City School District’s Summer Child Nutrition Program beginning Monday, June 4, 2018! The Summer Meals Program assures that all children have access to healthy food during the summer when schools are not in session so they can continue to learn and grow. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the federally funded nutrition program is open to all kids aged 1-18 years. No applications are necessary to drop in for a meal and all children and teens are welcome! In addition to lunch, all Provo summer meal sites offer free breakfast to accompany a day of fun and educational activities.
Provo School District Superintendent, Keith Rittel, and the Child Nutrition Program, recognize the need for nutritious meals for our children during the summer months when they can’t eat at school. The Summer Meals Program serves as a key building block in our community helping to ensure kids return to school healthy, happy, and ready to learn.
The Summer Meals Program is available to all children and teens 1-18 years old. Children must eat their meal in the school cafeteria. Parents/Adults may purchase a breakfast for $2.00 and/or a lunch for $4.00 to enjoy a meal with their child(ren). Please be aware that the menu may change due to product availability.
The Summer Child Nutrition Program, administered by USBE Child Nutrition Programs, are located at approved sites that are in low-income areas, or serve a group of children most of whom are low income. These meals must meet the same nutritional standards as the other Child Nutrition Programs. Following is a list of schools with the dates and times they will be serving breakfast and lunch during the summer break.
Please note each school provides meals Monday through Thursday only. There is no program Wednesday, July 4, 2018.