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DCPS Free Summer Meals

Kids Can Eat Free Every Weekday This Summer!

Just because school ends doesn’t mean student meals do -- FREE breakfast and lunch is available to all children and youth 18 and younger across the city all summer long!

Meals will be served at 46 DC Public Schools, community programs, faith-based programs, and recreation centers across the city. These sites serve breakfast and lunch Monday-Friday to any student up to and including age 18. Breakfast will be served from 8 - 9:30 am and lunch will be served from 11:30 am - 1 pm.

Children and youth are welcome at any school or site to receive a meal; they don’t need to be in a summer school program and they do not need to show ID for a free meal.

All of our schools serve healthy, delicious meals in a fun and safe environment. For a full list, please see below. To find your closest summer feeding site, visit the DC Summer Food Finder online tool.

Aiton Elementary School
Anacostia High School
Ballou/Ballou STAY
Benjamin Banneker High School
Brookland Middle School
Capitol Hill Montessori @ Logan
Cardozo Education Campus
Cleveland Elementary School
Columbia Heights Education Campus
Coolidge High School
Deal MS
Dorothy Height ES
Drew ES
Dunbar HS
Eastern High School
H.D. Woodson High School
J.O. Wilson Elementary School

 

Ketcham Elementary School
Kramer Middle School
Langdon Elementary School
Leckie Education Campus
Ludlow-Taylor Elementary School
Marie Reed Elementary School
McKinley Tech
Moten Elementary School
Nalle Elementary School
Patterson Elementary School
Payne Elementary School
Peabody Elementary School
Phelps ACE High School
Plummer Elementary School
Powell Elementary School
River Terrace Education Campus
Ron Brown College Preparatory High School

Roosevelt/Roosevelt STAY
School Without Walls @ Francis-Stevens
Seaton Elementary School
Bancroft @ Sharpe Health
Savoy Elementary School
Simon Elementary School
Sousa Middle School
Stuart-Hobson Middle School
Takoma Education Campus
Truesdell Education Campus
Tubman Elementary School
Tyler Elementary School
Walker- Jones Education Campus
Woodrow Wilson High School

 

For additional sites, text FOOD to 877-877, call 1(866) 3-Hungry, or check out the location map.

District of Columbia Public Schools are responsible for all Civil Rights requirements under the US Department of Agriculture for the Summer Meal Food Service Program: USDA Nondiscrimination Statement[PDF]