Through the Summer Seamless Program, we are currently providing meals for all children up to 18 years of age at no charge.
We serve meals to the public Monday through Thursday, and weekend meals are handed out on Thursdays.
On a normal schedule, food service will be on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 10:00 AM to noon:
Please note that when the school is closed due to a holiday, there will be no food service.
Meal service for the public 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.
Our learners attending school can sign up for our on site meal program by emailing Miss Nicole at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learners who are signed up will receive a snack at recess and a lunch at lunch time. If our families wish to have the weekend meals sent home, we ask that you please pull up to the front office after dismissal on Friday between 12:30-1:00 PM to collect those meals.
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