Kids Eat FREE this Summer!
Even though school is out for summer, kids can still eat for free in the Hickman Mills C-1 School District, June 13 - 28th! Want one less meal to worry about preparing this summer? Let us do the cooking! Are your kids staying with Grandma or one of your neighbors this summer? Tell them to bring the kids to school to eat. We love it when kids come visit us during the summer months... and we love to feed them healthy foods!
Important to note: Children do not have to be enrolled in summer school to enjoy a nutritious meal with us at school.
All children in the community age 18 years or younger may join us this summer for breakfast, lunch and even supper free of charge. Check out the schedule below to find out when Summer Open Meal Times are planned at a site near you:
Summer OPEN Meal Times @ Johnson Elementary - 10900 Marsh, KCMO 64134
Summer OPEN Meal Times @ Millennium at Santa Fe Elementary - 8908 Old Santa Fe Rd, KCMO 64138
Summer OPEN Meal Times @ Ervin Early Learning Center - 10530 Greenwood Rd, KCMO 64134
Summer OPEN Meal Times @ Smith-Hale Middle School - 9010A Old Santa Fe Rd, KCMO 64138
Summer Meal Times @ Hickman Mills Freshman Center for High School - 9010B Old Santa Fe Rd, KCMO 64138
* OPEN to the Community for children age 18 years and under, but not enrolled in summer school.
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