COLUMBIA, S.C. — With summer around the corner, parents can breathe a sigh of relief when it comes to meals for their kids.
Richland One School District is back again with free meals through the federally-funded Summer Food Service Program.
From June 10 to August 2, kids can come and enjoy a free breakfast and lunch at schools across the district. Most schools will serve meals Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, with breakfast from 7:30 to 9 a.m. and lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Any kid can take advantage of the program — at no cost to parents. Even church, community centers and nonprofit organizations are welcome to bring kids participating in summer camps or programs.
"Children simply go to any of the designated sites and ask for a meal," the district said in a release.
Here's where you can find these free meals:
- A.C. Flora High School
- Bradley Elementary School
- C.A. Johnson High School
- Carver-Lyon Elementary School
- Caughman Road Elementary School
- Columbia High School
- Crayton Middle School
- Dreher High School
- Eau Claire High School
- Forest Heights Elementary School
- Gadsden Elementary School
- H.B. Rhame Elementary School
- Heyward Career and Technology Center
- Horrell Hill Elementary School
- Hyatt Park Elementary School
- John P. Thomas Elementary School
- Lower Richland High School
- Olympia Learning Center/Evening High School
- W.S. Sandel Elementary School
- Satchel Ford Elementary School
- Southeast Middle School
- St. Andrews Middle School
- W.A. Perry Middle School
- W.G. Sanders Middle School
- W.J. Keenan High School
- Webber Elementary School
For a full list of days and times, visit the district's website.