Huntsville City Schools provides free meals during the Summer Food Service program

Huntsville City Schools provides free meals during the Summer Food Service program

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — Beginning June 5, Huntsville City Schools (HCS) will offer free meals to children at the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP).

The meals will be provided to children 18 and under at both HCS summer school locations and at community centers across Huntsville.

The program runs Monday through Thursday. The first half of the program takes place from June 5 to June 29 during summer learning activities.

The second half of the program runs from 3 July to 13 July.

SFSP will be closed for the holidays on Monday 19 June and Tuesday 4 July.

Breakfast will be served at the summer education locations from 7.30 to 8.30, and lunch will be served from 11.30 to 12.30. HCS summer school locations are at each of the following schools:

  • AAA Elementary/Intermediate
  • Dawson Elementary
  • Highlands Elementary
  • Lakewood Elementary
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary
  • McDonnell Elementary
  • Chapman Elementary/Middle
  • Ronald Mcnair Jr. High
  • Sonnie Hereford Elementary
  • Whitesburg Elementary/Middle

The community centers that participate in the SFSP and when they serve free lunch meals for children are listed below:

  • Richard Showers Splash Pad | Serving 10:30 – 12:00
  • Brahan Spring Rec. Center | Serving 12.45 – 1.45 p.m
  • Calvary Hills | (TBA)

HCS notes that weather may affect service dates and times. For more information about SFSP and when they will be serving free meals to the children, visit the program page on the HCS website.

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