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SCUSD Summer Meals Program is Making a Positive Impact this Summer

Last Updated on July 25, 2022 by Deandre Barrett
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Written By Deandre Barrett  |  News  |  0 Comments | July 22, 2022

SCUSD’s Summer Meals Program provides free meals to kids and teens 18 and under during the summer months. No SCUSD student should go hungry this summer! The program runs through August 12, Monday through Friday. Fresh produce and food will be offered in boxes for families to take home. Families can grab their food and go between 8:00 am – to 9:00 am on the assigned days. These services are being provided by Central Kitchen, Sacramento Food Bank, and No Kid Hungry.

Breakfast will also be served from 8:00 am to 8:30 am, and lunch will be served from 12:00 pm to 12:30 pm. All meals will be served at SCUSD’s campus, and children must eat at the campus. This program will last through July 29 so take advantage of it. Enrollment is not required, and meals will be eaten at the cafeteria. Call 916.295.5600 for more information. Here is a list of times and locations.

Where will the Pantry Locations be Held?

The SCUSD Summer Meals Program will be held in multiple locations, subject to change. Here is a list of locations:

Mondays: West Campus 5022 58th St. Sacramento

Tuesdays: Father Keith B Kenny 3525 MLK Blvd. Sacramento

Wednesdays: AM Winn 3350 Explorer Dr. Sacramento

Thursdays: Rosa Parks K-8 68th Ave. Sacramento

Are There More Programs Like SCUSD Summer Meals Program?

The California Summer Meals Program is state-funded and provides free meals to children 18 and under during the summer months. The program is administered by the California Department of Education and is open to any child who meets the age requirements, regardless of income level or background.

Meals are typically served at schools, community centers, or other public locations. In addition, the program offers a variety of nutritious breakfast, lunch, and snack options to ensure that children have access to healthy food when school is not in session.

In addition to providing nourishment, the program also offers opportunities for socialization and recreation. For example, the California Summer Meals Program is an important resource for ensuring that all children have access to healthy food and a safe place to spend their summers. Schools typically also offer events and different community challenges to help prepare kids for when it’s back-to-school time.

Student Hires Programs

Student Hires offers workshops and courses every month to teach different skills like how to manage students with behavioral problems or create successful after school programs. We also work with schools to help them develop expanded learning and after school programs. Want to learn more about the programs we offer? Check out our partner page to learn more!

Conclusion

SCUSD Summer Meals Program is an important resource for children who might not have access to food during the summer months. Students can have a place where they can enjoy hot meals and discuss different topics with friends and faculty staff. If you are looking for ways to help your community, consider volunteering or donating to a local summer meals program. How many summer meal programs are available in your area? Let us know in the comments!


Last Updated on July 25, 2022 by Deandre Barrett

Deandre Barrett

Deandre Barrett is a computer programming major at Lehigh Carbon Community College. He currently juggles a life balance between doing course work and marketing apprenticeships with Acadium. After graduating from the Acadium 3rd cohort in 2020 and finishing creating gaming reviews for Blasting News in 2017. He is now creating content for Student Hires and looks to use his experience to take the company to the next level. Student Hires has been focused on collaborating with K-12 schools & universities, as well as community employers, to create valuable job opportunities for local college & university students.

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