Program offers Lee County students free meals during summer break

Program offers Lee County students free meals during summer break

LEE COUNTY, Fla. – The School District of Lee County has partnered with Florida’s Summer BreakSpot program to help keep children fed while school is out for the summer.

The program allows the school district’s Food and Nutrition Services Department to provide free meals to children 18 and younger at no cost during summer break.

Meals will be served at over 75 locations in Lee County between school-based and community sites between June 21 and July 28.

There are no income requirements or registration, officials said.

“The School District of Lee County has partnered with the Summer Feeding Program for over twenty years. Providing summer meals to the students when school is not in session is an important service that we are able to provide,” said Food and Nutrition Services Director Kandy Messenger.

To find a Summer BreakSpot and serving times call 211, text ‘FoodFL’ to 877-877 or visit www.SummerBreakSpot.org.

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