WACO, Texas — Waco ISD is offering a program this summer to make sure kids are well fed when they are out of school.

The district is offering free summer meals as part of its annual summer food service program. They have been doing this for 25 years and it provides free breakfast and lunch to kids.

Waco ISD receives federal funding from the USDA based on the number of meals served. In 2018, they served 64,930 meals for breakfast and 118,245 lunches. 

All kids between the ages one through 18 are eligible to be a part of this program. There are no income requirements, no registration, and no paperwork. 

The summer meals program will take place in several locations in Waco. Some of the locations include Waco ISD elementary, middle, and high schools. Others include a few YMCA locations and the Boys and Girls Club

YMCA locations

Doris Miller Family YMCA 

1020 Elm Street, Ste. 9001

 

Waco Family YMCA 

6800 Harvey Drive

Boys and Girls Club location

Paul & Jane Meyer Boys and Girls Club 

2020 Ritcher St.

List of other locations

This program serves free breakfast and lunch to any child ages, 1-18 years old. Any child ages, 1-18 years old can participate in the Summer 2019 Program by showing up at one of the following sites on the days and during the serving time(s) indicated below.

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