Dallas ISD schools to offer free spring break meals at 27 sites

DALLAS — The Dallas ISD Food and Child Nutrition Services Department (FCNS) will be offering free meals at 27 select campuses during spring break. The meals are available for students up to 18 years-old and special needs students up to age 21. The break meals program is a huge initiative designed to provide students nutritious meals even during their vacation. Select kitchens across the district will remain open and free to all children, regardless of where they live or are enrolled. Meals will be provided Monday, March 11, through Thursday, March 14, which will include a breakfast snack from 8 to 9 a.m. and lunch from 11 a.m. to noon. Educational and enrichment activities will also be available. FCNS focuses its efforts in providing nourishing meals, nutrition education, and activities that support a healthy lifestyle and fuel successful learning. To find a participating school near you, visit https://www.dallasisd.org/Page/52614

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