JCPS is Providing Free Meals During Summer Break

By Tracy L. Hirsch

Here’s where you can get free breakfast, lunch, and dinner for your children.

Last week, Jefferson County Public Schools started providing free meals to children and teens in Jefferson County. There are numerous sites where these meals are offered, and they’re offered during the entire summer break (through July 29th).

The summer food service program offers free meals to any child 18 years of age or younger, and the meals can be picked up at multiple Jefferson County school locations, as well as community centers.

JCPS also has mobile cafeterias that travel to multiple different sites every day, including parks, pools, and neighborhoods.

Read below for the details about free meals over summer break!

Here’s how you can find a pick-up site near you:

1.) Download the JCPS mobile app (for apple or android), and check the school menu section.

2.) Go to jcps.nutrislice.com, enter your zip code, and then view the menus at each location within your zip code. 

Below is a list of all pick-up sites and mobile routes:

If you have any additional information about the summer food program, please feel free to share it in the comment section of our Facebook post.

And if you know other families who have kids at JCPS, please share our Facebook post to spread the word!

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