The Yankton School District will be offer two Summer Food Service Programs this summer. Stewart Elementary School will be offered from June 1st to July 28th and Webster Elementary School will be offered from June 5th to July 28th. Lunch will be served Monday thru Friday at both sites.
Stewart Elementary School Gym at 208 W 21st will serve from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Webster Elementary School Gym at 317 E 7th Street will serve from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.
- All students through 18 years of age are eligible to participate.
- Students do not have to register, enroll or qualify for free or reduced meal benefits to participate.
- All students are eligible to receive the MEAL FREE.
- Adults do not need to accompany the child to the meal; however, any adult who wish to eat lunch with the student, the cost is $3.50.
All meals will be served with requirements including: 2 oz meat, 2 servings of fruits and/or vegetables, 1 serving bread or grain and 1 serving milk (chocolate or white).
If you have questions regarding the Summer Food Service Program, please call Sandi Kramer, Child Nutrition Director 665-8379.
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