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District 211 Summer Feeding Program Provides Nutritious Meals for Students, Community

This summer the District 211 food service department implemented another successful summer feeding program to its students and the community. Meals were available to all students in the cafeteria during the duration of summer school with a variety of options available for breakfast and lunch daily. During the 2016 summer, an average of 2,700 meals were served daily in District 211. The Seamless Summer Program, which is operated under the USDA’s National School Lunch Program, provided complimentary meals to Palatine and Schaumburg High School students. The program also offers community children 18 years and younger a free breakfast and lunch, ...

District 211 Summer Food Service Opportunities

This summer the District 211 food service department will be serving both breakfast and lunch during summer school. As in previous years, the department will offer a complimentary breakfast to all district students enrolled in summer school before the start of the school day. Last summer, District 211 piloted a summer meal program at Palatine and Hoffman Estates High Schools, which was operated under the USDA Seamless Summer feeding program. The meal program provides all community children 18 years and younger a free breakfast and lunch, regardless of what school they normally attend. This summer Palatine High School will continue to participate ...

District 211 ‘Seamless Summer’ Program Provides Meals to Community Youth

  New this summer, any child under the age of 18 will be eligible to receive a free breakfast and lunch from Palatine or Hoffman Estates High School. The program, called “Seamless Summer,” aims at providing individuals in the community with meals during the summer. All children 18 years and under are eligible to receive meals Monday through Thursday from June 9 through July 22. “Demographics in District 211 have changed, which demonstrates the need to feed children in our community,” said Mary O’Connor, director of Food Service at District 211. “The Seamless Summer program allows the food service department to reach out to ...