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Free Meals Available to Norwalk Children This Summer

Free Meals Available To Norwalk Children This Summer
Posted on 05/25/2017
NPS

Norwalk Public Schools announces its participation in the federally funded Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). Under the SFSP, nutritious meals will be provided to all children 18 years and under free of charge at the below sites beginning on June 26.

For additional information, contact Jill Kress at NPS Food Service at (203) 899-2990.

Name and Address of Sites

Meals Available and Serving Times

Meal Service Dates

Brien McMahon HS 300 Highland Ave.

 

Breakfast 8:30- 9:00

Lunch 12:40-1:00

 

6/26-7/28

South Norwalk Community Center 98 South Main St.

 

Breakfast 9:00-9:30

Lunch 12:30-1:00

 

6/26-8/4

Roton MS

201 Highland Ave.

 

Breakfast 8:30-9:30

Lunch 11:30-12:00

 

6/26-7/28

Brookside Elem.

382 Highland Ave.

 

Lunch 12:40-1:00

 

6/26-8/3

Columbus Magnet

46 Concord St.

 

Breakfast 8:30-9:00

Lunch 12:30-1:00

 

6/26-8/4

Jefferson Elem.

75 Van Buren Ave.

 

Lunch 12:40-1:00

 

6/26-8/3

Kendall Elem.

57 Fillow St.

 

Breakfast 8:00-8:25

Lunch 12:20-12:40

 

6/26-8/3

Marvin Elem.

15 Calf Pasture Beach Rd.

 

Lunch 12:40-1:00

 

6/26-8/3

Silvermine Elem.

157 Perry Ave.

 

Breakfast 8:30-9:00

Lunch 12:40-1:00

 

6/26-8/3

Tracey Elem.

20 Camp St.

 

Breakfast 8:00-8:25

Lunch 12:20-12:40

 

6/26-8/4

Wolfpit Elem.

Starlight Drive

 

Breakfast 8:00-8:25

Lunch 12:20-12:40

 

6/26-8/3

Ben Franklin

165 Flax Hill Rd.

 

Breakfast 8:30-9:00

Lunch 12:00-12:30

 

6/26-8/4

Nathaniel Ely

11 Ingalls Ave.

 

Breakfast 8:30-9:00

Lunch 11:45-12:15

 

6/26-8/4

Ponus Ridge MS

21 Hunters Lane

 

Breakfast 8:00- 8:30

Lunch 11:30- 12:00

 

6/26-7/27

No Fridays

 

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