Highline Public Schools offering free Summer Lunches for local children

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Highline Public Schools announced Thursday (June 13) that it will be providing free breakfast, lunch and snacks to children during the summer through the Simplified Summer Food Program (SSFP).

Twelve Highline schools will join five community organizations to serve children living in South King County.

Meals will be free to children 18 years old and younger, and a child does not need to be a Highline Public School student to participate.

Registration is not required. There are no forms to fill out and no names are written down. Food cannot be taken off the premises.

Meal service will be at the following sites:

Bow Lake Elementary18237 42nd Ave. S.SeaTac, WA 98188LunchSnack11:30 – 12:153:00 –  3:45July 8 – Aug. 16DAY
Cascade Middle11212 10th Ave. SW.Seattle, WA 98146BreakfastLunch8:30 – 8:5510:45 – 11:15July 8 – Aug. 15Mon. – Thur.
Cedarhurst Elementary611 S. 132nd Ave. S.Burien, WA 98168Lunch11:00 – 11:30July 9 – July 31Tues./Wed.
Gregory Heights16201 16th Ave. SW.Burien, WA 98166LunchSnack11:00 – 11:303:30 – 4:00July 8 – July 26Mon. – Fri.
Hazel Valley Elementary402 SW. 132nd St.Burien, WA 98146BreakfastLunch8:30 – 8:5011:00 – 11:30July 8 – July 26Mon – Fri.
Highline High School225 S. 152nd St.Burien, WA 98148BreakfastLunch7:10 – 7:3011:30 – 12:00June 24 – July 26Mon. – Fri.
King County Parks White Center1321 SW 102nd St.Seattle, WA 98146LunchSnack12:00 – 1:004:00 – 5:00July 8 – Aug. 16Mon. – Fri.
Madrona Elementary20301 32nd Ave. S.SeaTac, WA 98198BreakfastLunch8:15 – 8:3011:30 – 11:50July 8 – July 31Mon. – Fri.
Mount Rainier High22450 19th Ave. S.Des Moines, WA 98198Lunch11:30 – 12:00July 8 – Aug. 16Mon. – Fri.
Mount View Elementary10811 12th Ave. SW.Seattle, WA 98146BreakfastLunch8:30 – 9:0012:00 – 12:30June 24 – Aug. 1Mon. – Thur.
New Start614 SW. 120th St.Seattle, WA 98148BreakfastLunch8:30 – 9:0012:00 – 12:30July 8 – Aug. 15Mon. – Thur
Seahurst Elementary14603 14th Ave. SWBurien, WA 98166LunchSnack11:00 – 11:303:30 – 4:00July 29 – Aug. 16Mon. – Fri.
Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission15003 14th Ave. SW.Burien, WA 98146LunchSnack12:00 – 12:304:00 – 4:30July 9 – Aug. 16Tues. – Fri.
Seola Gardens11215 5th Ave. S.Burien, WA 98166SnackLunch9:00 – 9:3012:00 – 12:30July 8 – Aug. 16Mon. – Fri.
Somali Community Services15027 Military Rd., Upper #3SeaTac, WA 98188LunchSnack11:00 – 12:002:00 – 3:00July 8 – Aug. 16Mon. – Fri.
SW Boys & Girls Club9800 8th Ave. SW #105Seattle, WA 98106BreakfastLunch8:30 – 9:0012:30 – 1:00July 8 – Aug. 16Mon. – Fri.
Tyee Campus4424 S. 188th St.SeaTac, WA 98188BreakfastLunch8:30 – 9:0012:00 – 12:30July 8 – Aug. 16Mon. – Thur.

SSFP ensures children in lower-income areas continue to receive nutritious meals during school breaks, when they do not have access to school lunch or breakfast.

In accordance with Federal Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

If you believe you have been treated unfairly, you may file a complaint of discrimination by writing, USDA, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410 or call toll free (866) 632-9992 (Voice).  Individuals who are hearing impaired or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339; or (800) 845-6136 (Spanish).  USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

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