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Free Meal Program In El Paso, Canutillo

By Stephanie Valle
Published On: May 31 2012 06:01:38 AM CDT
Updated On: May 31 2012 06:18:08 AM CDT
EL PASO, Texas -

Below is a list of schools that will be serving breakfast and/or lunch during the summer. ABC-7 has received this information from El Paso, Ysleta, Socorro and Canutillo school districts.

EPISD

The program is open to children from 1 to 18 years and there is no eligibility requirement. Although dates and serving times may vary for each campus, breakfast is scheduled to be served from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. and lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Sites serving breakfast and lunch from June 11-28 are: Aoy, Burnet, Crockett, Dowell, Fannin, Green, Hawkins, Hughey, Lamar, Milam, Roberts & Tippin elementary schools; Guillen, Henderson, Hornedo, and Richardson middle schools; and MacArthur Elementary/Intermediate School.

High schools providing meals June 14-July 13 are: Andress, Austin, Bowie, Burges, Chapin, Coronado, El Paso, Irvin, Jefferson, Sunset and Transmountain Early College high schools. Other campuses serving meals June 14-July 13 are School Age Parent Center and the Franklin Ninth Grade Center.

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Summer food Service Program is offering FREE MEALS for Children 1 through 18 years of age.

Pre-k Centers Elementary Schools High Schools June 11 - July 11, 2012 June 07 - June 28, 2012 June 11 - July 12, 2012 Breakfast 7am- 8am Breakfast 7am - 8am Breakfast 8am - 9am Lunch 11am - 12:45pm Lunch 11am - 12:45pm Lunch 11:30am -1:00pm

Ysleta Pre-k Capistrano Bel Air HS Cedar Grove Del Valle HS Constance Hulbert Eastwood HS Marian Manor J.M. Hanks HS Mission Valley Parkland HS North Loop Riverside HS Pasodale Ysleta HS Presa Valle Verde Early College

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Canutillo ISD meals: Meals will be provided Monday through Thursday as follows: Breakfast from 7:30-9:00 a.m., Lunch from 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Meals are free to all children ages one to eighteen years of age. Adults may purchase meals ala carte. All Canutillo ISD facilities will be closed on Fridays beginning the week of June 11 through August 3.

Campus/Facility Address/Phone 2012 Dates Canutillo High School 6675 S. Desert Blvd. / 877-7822 June 6-July 13 & Aug. 6-16 Northwest Early College (NECHS) 6701 S. Desert Blvd. / 877-7822 June 4-28 Damian Elementary School 6300 Strahan Rd. / 877-6822 June 7-28 Davenport Elementary School 8401 Remington Road / 886-6422 June 7-28 Garcia Elementary School 6550 Westside Dr./877-1222 June 7-28 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- SISD

The Socorro ISD Child Nutrition Department will offer free meals to all children ages 18 and under from June 4 through July 3. The Summer Food Program provides nutritious meals at no cost to all children at participating school sites. To participate, just show up. No fees. No registration. Breakfast will be available at participating campuses Monday-Friday from 8 to 8:30 a.m. Lunch will be available at participating campuses Monday-Friday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. SISD schools participating in the summer food service program:

Breakfast and lunch · Bill Sybert Elementary · Col. John O. Ensor Middle School · Eastlake High School · El Dorado High School · Ernesto Serna School · Loma Verde Elementary · Options High School Luunch program only Chester E. Jordan Elementary Desert Wind Elementary Escontrias Elementary H.D. Hilley Elementary Lujan-Chavez Elementary Montwood Middle School Montwood High School Sierra Vista Elementary Socorro Middle School Vista Del Sol Elementary

Note: Only high schools will be open July 2 & 3 due to district closure. See the summer breakfast and lunch menu at www.sisd.net.

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