- Last Updated: 19 June 2017 19 June 2017
Once again, the Sioux Falls School District will be hosting summer breakfasts and lunches for students. Free breakfast and lunch is available at several schools this summer for any child, ages 1 to 18. There are no income guidelines and no paperwork to fill out. Simply show up at one of the sites during the selected time and the child will eat free. No meals will be served on July 4th or
Weekends. Questions please call 605-367-7935.
|Laura B. Anderson||1600 N. Wayland Ave.||June 12 to August 18 2017||8:30am-9:00am||11:30am-1:00pm|
|Hawthorne||601 N. Spring Ave.||June 12 to August 18 2017||8:30am-9:00am||11:30am-1:00pm|
|Hayward||400 N. Valley View Rd.||June 12 to August 18 2017||8:30am-9:00am||11:30am-1:00pm|
|Terry Redlin||1721 Austin St.||June 5 to August 18 2017||None||11:30am-12:30pm|
|Anne Sullivan||3701 E. 3rd St.||June 8 to August 18 2017||None||11:30am-12:45pm|
|Horace Mann||1401 E. 26th St.||June 19 to July 13 2017||7:30am-8:30am||11:15am-12:30pm|
|Whittier MS||930 E. 6th St.||June 5 to June 29 (M-Th) 2017||7:35am-8:15am||11:45am-12:15pm|
|Food Service Center||1101 N. Western Ave.||June 5 to August 18 2017||None||11:30am-12:30pm|
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