Ft. Smith Public Schools' Free Summer Meal Program Begins June 4 | Schools
Fort Smith Public Schools know that good nutrition throughout the year is important for growing and learning. Beginning June 4, the District will offer the Summer Meals Program to provide area children with an opportunity for regular and healthy meals during the summer months.
Every weekday, lunch will be served from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm at nine schools throughout the District. (Except July 4.) These include Ballman, Barling, Carnall, Howard, Morrison, Pike, Spradling, Sunnymede, Tilles Elementary Schools. All young people, ages 1-18, can participate in the program and eat lunch at no cost. Parents may eat lunch for $3.25.
Breakfast will also be served from 7:45 am-8:30 am at Morrison, Pike, Spradling, Sunnymede and Tilles Elementary Schools at no cost to any child ages 1-18. Parents may eat breakfast for $2.
The Summer Meals Program will end August 3.
For more information, click here or contact Fort Smith Public Schools’ Child Nutrition Department at (479) 785-3664, ext. 1240.