Summer meals program ensures no child goes hungry

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More than 150 Dallas ISD schools will offer students free breakfast and/or lunch over the summer.

The Summer Food Service Program kicked off June 3 and brings free meals to children and youth 18 years and younger at participating sites throughout Dallas. All families have to do is find a site, have their child show up for breakfast and/or lunch and enjoy a healthy meal – no registration is needed!

The Dallas ISD Food and Child Nutrition Services Department will officially celebrate the summer meals kickoff at the Dallas Zoo on June 14. The first 1,000 online registrants will get free admission to the zoo. Register here.

The Summer Food Service Program ensures no child goes hungry, even when school is not in session. Go here to see nearest location participating in the Summer Food Service Program. The website lists the dates and times the meals are offered.

The summer meals program ensures no child goes hungry, even when regular school is not in session.

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