Arlington, Mansfield Groups Offer Free Summer Meal Options for Kids
By Office of Communication
Posted on June 15, 2016, June 15, 2016

Arlington, Mansfield Groups

Arlington and Mansfield schools and the Arlington Public Library are among organizations providing free, nutritious meals this summer for children under the age of 18.

No paperwork or registration is required at any of the summer meal sites but the meals must be consumed on site.

The Arlington Independent School District is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Breakfast and lunch will be served at various elementary, junior high and high school sites until August.

For more information, call 682-867-7880. Click here for a list of locations and days of operation.

Also in Arlington, three public library branches will serve as Food on the Move sites, offering free lunches to children from 12 to 1 p.m. on select days until Aug. 5.

The branches participating are:

East Arlington Branch

1624 New York Ave.

Northeast Branch

1905 Brown Blvd.

Southeast Branch

900 S. E. Green Oaks

For more information regarding the dates and locations, visit the library's online calendar here.

Mansfield ISD's summer feeding program, the Seamless Summer Option, began June 8th and will provide free breakfast and lunch featuring protein, fruit and vegetables. The child does not need to attend MISD to participate. Adult meals are available for $3.50.

For more information, contact MISD Student Nutrition Services at 817-299-6040.

Click here to view the menu and a list of times and participating Mansfield ISD locations.

Click here for a list of other Arlington and Mansfield organizations offering free lunches.

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