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Summer Food Service Program

Parents, would you like your children to get a balanced lunch during the summer? Check out the Yankton School District Summer Food Service Program. We will serve lunch at the following locations and times:

Yankton Middle School from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, Monday thru Friday from May 29th to July 27th, 2018

Stewart Elementary School from 11:30am -12:30pm, Monday thru Friday from May 29th to July 13th, 2018

Webster Elementary School from 11:15am -12:15pm, Monday thru Friday from May 29th to July 27th, 2018.

The program is available to all students, regardless of which school they attend, through age 18 at no cost.  Students do not have to enroll, register or qualify for free or reduced meal benefits to participate. All students are eligible to receive the meal free regardless of race, color, national origin, age, gender, religion or disability.  Any child that wants to participate can simply come to the Stewart School Gym located at 208 West 21st Street, Webster School Gym located at 317 East 7th Street, or the Middle School Cafeteria at 2000 Mulberry.

A lunch will consist of a different meat entrée choice each day; a choice of a variety of fruits and vegetables, a bread item and a milk. Optional entrée choices may also be offered.  Children do not need an adult to accompany them. If an adult wishes to participate, the cost of the meal for an adult is $3.60.

For menus and information regarding the Summer Food Service Program, visit www.ysd.k12.sd.us.  If you have any questions, please call Sandi Kramer, Child Nutrition Supervisor, at 665-8379. 


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