Summer is right around the corner and before you know it the kids will be out of school. More than ever parents who are just getting back to work due to the pandemic are having to plan and figure out what to do with the kids during summer vacation. The struggle is real and honestly a lot of parents who depend on school breakfast and lunch programs are in a tough situation. If you do the math on two meals a day for two kids at an average of $10 per meal for 8 weeks... all of a sudden you're having to come up with $1600 to feed the kids. They say timing is everything and the Boise School District has pretty good timing as they just announced their free summer meals program that will keep a lot of Treasure Valley children from going hungry this summer. The free meal program will feed children ages 1 to 18. It's important to note that there are no requirements to qualify. See dates and locations from the Boise School District website below:

Free Summer Meals - Breakfast + Lunch

Served 12 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. • Monday - Friday • June 1st - July 23rd, no meal service at any of the locations on July 5th (federal holiday)

• West Jr. High (8371 W Salt Creek Ct)
• Morley Nelson (7701 W Northview St)

Served 12 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. • Monday - Friday • June 21st - July 23rd

• Garfield (1914 S Broadway Ave) • Whitney (1609 S Owyhee St)
• Grace Jordan (6411 W Fairfield Ave) • Whittier(301 N 29th St)

Served 11:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. • Monday - Friday • June 1st - July 9th

• Frank Church High School (8051 W Salt Creek Ct)

Grab & Go Lunch + Snack

Served 12 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. • Monday - Friday • June 1st - June 18th

•Boise Public Library Hillcrest (5246 Overland Rd)

Served 12 p.m. - 12:30 p.m. • Monday - Friday • June 1st - July 23rd

•Borah Park (801 S Aurora Dr)

•Owyhee Park (3131 S Owyhee St)

•Winstead Park (6150 W Northview St)

•Cassia Park (4600 W Camas St)

•Sunset Park (2625 N 32nd St)

 •Ivywild Park (416 W Ivywild St)

•Boise Public Library (715 S Capital Blvd)

 

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