List of Summer Food and Meal Resources in Our Community
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List of Summer Food and Meal Resources in Our Community Compiled by State Senator Rebecca Saldaña
Summer Meals for K-12 Students: Seattle Public Schools
Meals at School Sites
Seattle Public Schools (SPS) has sack breakfasts and lunches available at school sites Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Find a list and map of sites here.
Reheatable prepared meals provided by FareStart are available for families to pick up at these school sites, as well.
Weekend student meal support is provided by the Backpack Brigade and Food for Schools. Families in need can pick up these non-perishable food items on Fridays.
Additional information: • ADA accessibility support is available at school sites. • Meals must not be eaten at the school due to social distancing requirements. • All students can pick up meals at these sites, and parents or guardians may pick up meals for students. The student does not need to be present. • Adults delivering to non-family members in the community and requiring more than 10 meals should: o have agency identification, OR o be SPS staff, OR o have evidence that SPS can vouch for them. Meals by Bus
Seattle Public Schools provides student meals by bus Monday through Friday throughout Seattle. Please refer to the online bus route maps and schedules, which can be found here.
If you have questions about the SPS summer meals program, please call 206-252-0900 or visit the SPS Student Meals website.
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