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Kids Eat Free This Summer

Summer program offers free breakfast and lunch at selected locations June 24–August 16

Summer is here and school is out—but some 4J cafeterias are still cooking.

Eugene School District 4J will provide meals at four school sites this summer: Holt, Howard and River Road/El Camino del Río elementary schools, and Sheldon High School.

Eugene School District 4J serves about 10,000 meals to students each day when school is in session. Kids’ need for healthy food to grow, learn and thrive doesn’t end when school lets out for the summer. The Summer Food Service Program works to help fill that nutritional gap.

Children are welcome to eat at any summer meal site; they do not need to be students at that school. There are no application, income or enrollment requirements. All children age 18 and younger can eat free. Parents and siblings age 19+ are invited to eat with their children by bringing their own food or purchasing a meal ($3.00 for breakfast, $4.00 for lunch).

Times and locations for 4J summer meal sites:

Holt Elementary School
770 Calvin St.
July 1July 25 
MondayThursday 
Breakfast 8:30–9:15
Lunch 11:45–12:30
Howard Elementary School
700 Howard Ave.
June 24July 5 
MondayFriday
July 9–August 1 
Tuesday–Thursday
Breakfast 8:00–9:00
Lunch 11:15–12:30
River Road/El Camino del Río Elementary School
120 W. Hilliard Lane
July 8August 1 
MondayThursday 
Breakfast 8:30–9:15
Lunch 11:45–12:30
Sheldon High School
2455 Willakenzie Rd.
July 8August 16 
MondayThursday 
Breakfast 8:30–9:15
Lunch 12:30–1:15

Free lunch also is available in many parks and community centers throughout Eugene at summer food program sites hosted by Food for Lane County and other organizations. To find the nearest summer meal site, visit SummerFoodOregon.org, call 2-1-1, or text “food”to 877-877.

 

More Information  
4J Summer Meals Program
Food for Lane County Sites
Summer Food Oregon

More About Summer in 4J  
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School Office Hours
School Health Centers

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