Free summer meals available for local kids and teens

Stillwater Area Public Schools will be offering free breakfast and lunch to area children (ages 18 and younger) again this summer, thanks to a special program provided by federal funding. The goal of this program is to make sure all youth in our community have access to nutritious meals while school is out for the summer.

The Summer Meals Program will run Mondays through Fridays, June 11-August 21 (closed July 3) at the Stillwater Junior High School cafeteria, 523 West Marsh Street, Stillwater. Breakfast will be served 8:15-8:45 a.m. and lunch from 11:15-11:45 a.m. for any interested children ages two to 18 years of age. Families will not be asked to fill out any paperwork and no names will be taken - kids just need to show up to eat!

Menus will be available online at and include both hot and cold entrees. Meals will be served on a first come/first served basis and staff will do their best to have food for all children who attend. Shoes and shirt will be required. For the safety of all children, the district requests that a responsible adult bring the children to the cafeteria, stay with them for supervision, and escort them back out of the school building when they are finished eating.

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