Students are typically thrilled when summer break finally begins but individuals who rely on school meals for breakfast and lunch could be feeling bitter sweet about the end of the school year. Luckily, the Summer Food Service Program has a mission to make sure no Hoosier goes hungry.
Schools across the county, specifically North Judson-San Pierre Elementary School,Oregon-Davis Elementary School and Knox High School will be hosting summer food service programs for community members to attend. The scheduled dates are as follows:
June 8 through June 25 breakfast will be available at North Judson-San Pierre elementary school cafeteria from 7:30 until 8:00 am. Lunch will be served from 11:15 until noon. All children under 18 eat free of charge but adults pay $1 for breakfast and $2 for lunch.
June 8 through July 2 breakfast will be available at the Knox High School starting at 7:45 and running until 8:45 am. Lunch will be served from 11 am until noon. Adults pay $1 for breakfast and $2 for lunch, while all kids under 18 eat for free.
Meals will be provided at Oregon Davis Elementary school June 8 through July 2. Breakfast commences at 7:45 and will be served until 8:15 am. Lunch will be provided in the half hour from 11 am until noon. Adults are required to pay $2 for each meal but there is no charge for children under 18.
At all locations, the program runs four days a week, Monday through Thursday. The Summer Food Service Program takes pride in being a non-discriminatory organization and will provide meals to all members of the community regardless of race,color,national origin, sex, age or disability.