As in past summers, Cambridge City School District and the Nutrition Group will provide children in the community who are 18 years old and younger with meals during the summer months.
The summer Grab-and-Go lunch program will begin on Monday, June 7 with a hot grab-and-go lunch and a breakfast.
Meals for children not attending Summer CATS Camp can be picked up at both the Primary School and the Intermediate School from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Monday through Friday and at the Garfield Administrative Center from noon until 12:40 p.m.
“This is a service we have been able to provide for several years,” Cambridge Superintendent Dan Coffman said. “There is a need in our community, and we want to continue to meet that need whether it is during the school year or during summer break.”
The meals for the program are prepared by the food services staff and reimbursed by the Federal Government through the USDA program. The USDA Seamless Summer Food Program is the food distribution program the district has run the past few summers.