To ensure that children can continue having a healthy meal during the summer, the Mansfield ISD Student Nutrition Services is excited to continue its federally funded Summer Feeding Program.
Any child 18 years and younger can receive a FREE breakfast and lunch, and the child does not have to be enrolled in an MISD summer program to participate.
The programs runs until Aug. 3.
The free nutritious meals will include protein, grains, fruit, vegetables and milk. All children must select a fruit and/or vegetable, and all meals must be eaten on site. Adult meals are also available for purchase.
View the list of campus sites, dates and meal times here.
For more information, visit the Student Nutrition Services webpage or contact the department at 817-299-6040.
Feed the Kids for Summer
In partnership with Common Ground Network, students can also receive a bag of food containing nutritious food that can be prepared without the use of an oven or stove. The bags are distributed each week through the student’s nearest food pantry. The program will operate through Aug. 8.
Volunteers are needed! For more information on how you can help set up the food each Wednesday of the program, view this flyer.