USD 480 to Offer Summer Breakfast and Lunch

Joe Denoyer - May 27, 2021 4:04 pm

LIBERAL, KS – Beginning June 1, USD 480 will be offering free breakfast and lunch to any child
18 and younger. The program will run Monday through Friday until August 6 and will not require
special identification or registration.
Providing a consistent and nutritious diet for a child can be a challenge during the summer
months, so USD 480 plans to have six pick-up locations serving breakfast and lunch Monday
through Friday to guarantee children in the community receive proper nutrition.
Pick-up Locations: (lunch & breakfast for the next day)
Time: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Liberal Public Library – 519 N. Kansas
Liberal Youth Rec Center – 950 S. Grant
Curbside Pickup: (lunch & breakfast for the next day)
Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for students not attending summer school
Locations (back doors by cafeterias at each location):
Cottonwood Elementary – 1100 W. 11th St.
MacArthur Elementary – 925 S. Holly
Meadowlark Elementary – 1200 N. Calvert
Prairie View Elementary – 615 Warren Ave.
For students enrolled in summer school breakfast and lunch will be provided each day at their
respective schools. Students that attended summer school Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
are able to pick up meals curbside on Mondays and Fridays.
USD 480 will also be providing food drop-offs at two locations:
Cottonwood Home Apartments – 821 Millwood Cir.
Sage Mobile Home Parks – 1500 Bluebell Rd.
For more information, contact Connie Vogts, food service coordinator, at 620-604-2230
or [email protected]


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