Food that’s in when school is out
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Food that’s in when school is out

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  • Lisa Thrower/Yuma School District One

Summer Food Service Program

Yuma School District One is working to make sure that no children in our community go hungry when school is done for the summer.

Over 29,000 children in Yuma County receive free or reduced price meals during the school year, but many of these children do not get enough to eat when school gets out.

Food that’s in when school is out YumaONESummerFoodServiceProgram

Schools, camps, community organizations and other groups can all apply to be summer meal sites, but they have to provide meals that meet federal nutrition guidelines, among other requirements.
Photo by Tiffany Martin/Cronkite News Service

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) ensures that all children continue to grow and learn during the summer by making food readily available.

Yuma School District One

Summer Food Service Program

June 8th-July 24th, 2015 (Closed July 3rd)


Breakfast:  8:30-9:00 am

Lunch:  11:30 am-12:30 pm

Summer Food Program Sites:

McGraw School 2345 Arizona Ave

OC Johnson School  1201 W. 12th St.

Otondo School 2251 S. Otondo Dr.

Pecan Grove School  600 S. 21st Ave.

Main Cafeteria 450 W. 5th St. (Next to 4th Ave Jr. High School)

Yuma School District One’s Summer Food Program is funded by the USDA, Child Nutrition Program, which was established to ensure all children; ages 18 and younger continue to receive nutritious meals over the summer months for FREE.

Child Breakfast: FREE  Adult Breakfast: $2.00

Child Lunch:  FREE  Adult Lunch:  $3.00

In Arizona during the summer of 2014, 1.9 million meals were served to children at summer feeding sites throughout the state.  This year our goal is to serve more meals to more children throughout the state.

The Summer Food Service Program is a federally funded program operated nationally by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and administered by a State Agency.

Eligible sponsors such non-profit organizations, schools and local governments serve nutritious meals to children and teens 18 years old and under during summer month.  Students do not need to sign up or prove income eligibility to receive a free meal.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, please contact the Child Nutrition Office, (928)502-4360 or email

This establishment is an equal opportunity provider and employer.