Fulton County Schools will host a free summer meal program for children ages one to 18. The program will begin on June 5, 2019. AJC file photo by HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM
Photo: HYOSUB SHIN / AJC
Photo: HYOSUB SHIN / AJC

Free summer meals for Fulton County children start June 5 at these sites

Dozens of Fulton County schools will offer free breakfast and lunch to children ages one to 18 over the summer. 

The “Seamless Summer Meals” program begins June 5 at schools throughout the district. 

Children do not need to be enrolled in Fulton County Schools to be served. All meals are provided at no cost in an effort to curb childhood hunger. 

The district expects to provide more than 4,500 meals a day. 

“For many families, schools are the one place their children can receive a nutritious meal. Our summer feeding program allows communities to continue feeding children when school is not in session,” said Alyssia Wright, executive director of the district’s School Nutrition Program, in a written statement. 

Summer meal locations include: 

Asa Hilliard Elementary School

Banneker High School

Bethune Elementary School
Conley Hills Elementary School

Crabapple Middle School

Creekside High School

E.C. West Elementary School

Esther Jackson Elementary School

Feldwood Elementary School

Haynes Bridge Middle School

High Point Elementary School

Holcomb Bridge Middle School

Ison Springs Elementary School

Lake Forest Elementary School

Langston Hughes High School

Liberty Point Elementary School

McClarin High School

McNair Middle School

Milton High School

North Springs High School

Parklane Elementary School

Paul D. West Middle School

Randolph Elementary School

Renaissance Middle School

S.L. Lewis Elementary School

Sandtown Middle School

Tri-Cities High School

Westlake High School

Wolf Creek Elementary School

Woodland Middle School

Specific dates and hours for the meals varies by location. For information about dates and times of food service check the district’s website.

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