Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District began providing free summer meals for children ages 18 and younger through a partnership with the Texas Department of Agriculture at the beginning of June.
The district’s food service purveyor, Southwest Food Service Excellence, will be serving breakfast and lunch at all seven campuses in the district.
Uvalde High School, Robb Elementary, Anthon Elementary, and Morales Junior High began the meal program on June 3.
Batesville School will begin serving meals on July 1. Dalton Early Childhood Center’s program begins on July 23 with Flores Elementary’s beginning on July 29.
Children will also be able to eat lunch via the SFE food truck. The food truck will be in the community at various locations. Since June 3, the food truck has only been serving lunch.
Anyone over the age of 18 wanting to eat with an eligible student will be charged $2.60 for breakfast and $4 for lunch.
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