Free summer meals are available throughout the month at Glendale Elementary School District campuses.
The Food & Nutrition Summer Food Program will provide breakfast and lunch for children age 18 and under now through Thursday, June 30.
The campuses providing the meals, and the times, are here:
More than 90 percent of Glendale Elementary School District students are considered to be living in poverty based on the number that qualify for the federal Free and Reduced-Price Meal Program, according to the district.
Students qualify for the program if their family income falls below federal poverty levels. For a family of four, the household income must be below $2,389 per month to qualify for free meals, and $3,400 for reduced-price meals.
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