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Summer feeding program underway for PISD

Summer Meal Program graphic Princeton ISD has launched its summer meal program.
Meals will be served daily at Lacy Elementary School. Anyone 18 and younger can eat free for breakfast and lunch.
Breakfast is served from 7:30-8 a.m., and lunch will be served from noon-12:30 p.m. These are not to-go meals. They will eat in the Lacy Elementary cafeteria. These meals are available for anyone 18 and younger, even if they are not enrolled in PISD.
In addition, the district will continue its weekly meal distribution through June. A full week of meals consisting of breakfast and lunch will be distributed on Mondays at 6 p.m. at Lowe Elementary. Distribution continues until food runs out each week.
These meals are free for anyone 18 and younger, however, for anyone eating meals at Lacy on a daily basis, the weekly to-go boxed meals are not available.
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Contact Princeton ISD Child Nutrition at 469-952-5400 ext. 2071 for more details.

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