Pasco Schools to offer summer meal program (PSD)
Pasco Schools to offer summer meal program (PSD)
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Friday, the Pasco School District announced they will be offering a free summer meal program, for students 18 and under. And, it's free.

Program to begin June 21

Ten schools will be locations where their meals, breakfast, and lunch, can be picked up. They include:

  • Pasco High
  • Chiawana High
  • Ochoa Middle School
  • Stevens Middle School
  • Ray Reynolds Middle School
  • McGloughlin Middle School
  • James McGee Elementary
  • Rosalind Franklin Elementary
  • Virgie Robinson Elementary
  • Robert Frost Elementary

All schools except for Chiawana will be offering the meals beginning June 21st, Chiawana will distribute them August 15-19.   The meals are breakfast and lunch, part of the Summer Service Food Program.

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There will be no meals given out July 4th holiday. The PSD website has complete details as to what dates and times each school will open for the meals, click here for more information. 

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