The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP), also known as the Summer Meal Program, was established to ensure that children continue to receive nutritious meals when school is not in session. When school is out, SFSP provides free meals to kids and teens in areas of need throughout the community. This summer, USDA plans to serve more than 200 million free meals to children 18 years and under at approved SFSP sites. BSD approved sites are at eligible schools and sites.
All children, ages 1 through 18 years, are eligible free meals lunch. All children and students from the community are welcome to participate. There is no application or registration required. Children are required to be present and meals must be eaten onsite. Food may not be permitted to leave the premises.
Adults are able to purchase meals to enjoy with their children.
Please visit us next year for updated menu offerings.
What is included in your lunch meal? Included with all lunches are a Meat or Meat Alternate Entrée “(V)” = Vegetarian, 1 cup of 1% White Milk, or 1 cup of Non-fat Chocolate Milk, Whole Grain or 51% WG Bread/Grain item, and a variety of Fruits(1/2 cup) and Vegetables (1/2 cup).
(*) – This item contains Pork
“This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer”
Throughout the pandemic, The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the government agency that administers the district’s meal programs, waived many of the program requirements, offering flexibilities to meal service operations in an effort to serve participants safely and minimize exposure to COVID-19. Several of the current waivers offering flexibilities are set to at the end of this school year. Due to the expiration of these waivers, participants can expect to experience some changes from last summer’s meal service.
Key changes include:
Parent(s)/ Guardians will no longer be able to pick up meals on behalf of their children
Students/participants must be present to receive a meal and remain onsite when consuming their meal (food items may not be allowed offsite).