Want to make sure your children eat health while school is out? Not to worry, school districts are offering free breakfast and lunch all summer long for kids 18 and under.
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Meals are served in school site cafeterias or in designated eating areas for the non-school sites.
The Summer Food Service Program for Children is a federally funded program operated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with locations across the nation.
Participating in the program are Amphitheater, Sunnyside, Flowing Wells, Marana and Tucson Unified school districts.
Amphitheater will be serving meals Thursday, May 26 through Thursday, June 23. For more information on specific locations and time check out their website
Sunnyside will be serving meals from Tuesday, May 31 through Friday, July 22. For more information call 545-2073.
Flowing Wells will be serving meals from Tuesday, May 31 through Thursday. July 28. For more information call 696-8622.
Marana will be serving meals from Monday, May 23 through Friday, July 29. For more is available here.
Tucson Unified will be serving meals Tuesday, May 31 through Friday, July 15. See their
for specific information on locations and times.
Want to enjoy breakfast or lunch with your kids? Tucson Unified Schools are also offering adults accompanying children the option to eat breakfast for $2 and lunch for $3.