Free summer meals available to Kent students | 2018 schedule

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Free nutritious meals will be available for children and teens 18-years-old and younger at select locations throughout the Kent School District this summer.

Beginning Friday, June 22, through Friday, Aug. 24, breakfasts, lunches and dinners will be offered at local schools, apartment complexes, city parks and other locations.

See the full schedule here.

The dates meals will be offered vary by location based on planned educational or recreational activities and are subject to change. Please contact Nutrition Services from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at 253-373-7275 with any questions.

The Summer Meals Program is provided in partnership between Kent School District Nutrition Services, Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

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