(WICHITA, Kan.) — School is out for summer, but the needs from hungry students does not take a vacation.
To help students stay fed, Wednesday the Wichita School District begins its annual summer food service program. The program provides free breakfasts and lunches to children 18 and younger. Adults can purchase a meal for $3.35.
The breakfast will include milk and cereal/bread. The lunch will have an entree, fruit, vegetable and milk.
The program starts May 30 and runs through July 27. No reservations are required and there are no qualifying guidelines for those coming to eat.
Meals are served at 38 locations around Wichita. Click here or on the related links for a map of all the locations. The district says some sites will offer meals throughout the program, while others will offer meals only sometime during those months. Some will offer both breakfast and lunch, while others will offer only one meal. Four sites will offer an afternoon snack.