We are excited to provide free meals through the Summer Seamless Program. We are providing meals for all children up to 18 years of age at no charge. You do not need to be an enrolled learner in order to receive free meals. Good news! Each Friday we are serving free grab-and-go meals to take home for the weekend as well. Each child will receive one grab-and-go breakfast and lunch per day, served on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 AM to noon except on school holidays. Children need not be present to pick up.
Monday: Pick up breakfast and lunch for Monday and Tuesday
Wednesday: Pick up breakfast and lunch for Wednesday and Thursday
Friday: Pick up breakfast and lunch for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
While our site is closed, school lunch will be grab-and-go with minimal contact and may not be consumed on-site. Breakfast and lunch will be served together. Please drive up to the front office in the upper parking lot (11311 Frascati St, Agua Dulce, CA), and we will come to the car. For your protection and ours, please wear a cloth face covering when picking up meals.
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